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How to watch Coca-Cola 600 live online or TV ON PC

Welcome to watch Coca-Cola 600 live online tv on pc. NASCAR hits Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday night for the 2017 Coca-Cola 600 race, several hours after the 2017 Indy 500 is scheduled to finish. Defending champion Martin Truex Jr. and multiple-time race winners Kevin Harvick and Jimmie Johnson highlight the lineup. Will Truex Jr. make it two-straight? Could Harvick capture a third win at this event, or will Jimmie Johnson capture his fifth? Here’s all of the latest information on how to watch tonight’s Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race live on television or online, as well as lineup and odds info.

Coca-Cola 600 live


Lineup & odds notes
This year’s race will feature the No. 4 car driven by Kevin Harvick on the pole.

Harvick posted a qualifying speed of 193.424 miles per hour, making for his 19th career pole win. He’ll be trying for his 36th career win on Sunday. At the No. 2 spot will be Toyota driver Kyle Busch who posted a speed of 192.513 mph in qualifying, while No. 3 will be Chase Elliott (192.260 mph). Rounding out the top five are Matt Kenseth (192.130 mph) and Erik Jones (191.782 mph).

Other notable driver positions will include Denny Hamlin at the No. 6 spot, Martin Truex Jr. at No. 8, Brad Keselowski at No. 10, and Kurt Busch at No. 12. Danica Patrick has the No. 15 spot, while Jimmie Johnson is a spot ahead of her at No. 14 for today’s Coca-Cola 600.


In last year’s edition of the race, Martin Truex Jr. collected the win after leading 392 of the 400 laps. He set a record with that, as well as his 588 of 600 miles led during the race.

Fans will be keeping an eye on the race’s defending champion, but also favorites such as Harvick who has two wins in the past six years, and Jimmie Johnson who has four total wins at this race dating back to 2003.

The Coca-Cola 600 odds on favorite to win per Vegas Insider is a tie between Kyle Busch, Kyle Larson, and Martin Truex Jr. Each of these drivers had 11 to 2 odds to win. Brad Keselowski was next on the odds at 6 to 1, followed by Kevin Harvick (7 to 1). Jimmie Johnson and Joey Logan each had 8 to 1 odds to win as of the latest report from Vegas Insider.

How to watch it live
Sunday’s NASCAR at Charlotte 2017 race gets started at approximately 6 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage of the race will be available on Fox and their affiliate channels around the United States. There’s also live streaming available for cable and satellite subscribers through the Fox Sports Go website or mobile apps.

A free option to watch the Coca-Cola 600 is to sign up for a SlingTV free one-week trial. The channel streaming service includes FOX On-Demand in select regions. New customers will need to sign up for the one-week trial through and select the Sling Blue channel lineup. Keep in mind the service may not offer FOX On-Demand in all regions of the United States. #Fox On Demand


There will be no shortage of auto racing on Sunday as IndyCar, Formula One and NASCAR will all be in action. First up, it’s the Monaco Grand Prix, followed by the 101st Indianapolis 500 with the Coca-Cola 600 serving as the finale.
Just a week after winning the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race, Kyle Busch will look for continued success at Charlotte Motor Speedway as he pursues a spot in the playoffs. Busch will line up second alongside pole-sitter and three-time track winner Kevin Harvick, who is seeking his first win of the season.
Here is the full starting grid for Sunday’s action. Drivers in bold have won at the track.
1. Kevin Harvick
2. Kyle Busch
3. Chase Elliott
4. Matt Kenseth
5. Erik Jones
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Ryan Blaney
8. Martin Truex Jr.
9. Clint Bowyer
10. Brad Keselowski
11. Jamie McMurray
12. Kurt Busch
13. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
14. Jimmie Johnson
15. Danica Patrick
16. Paul Menard
17. Ryan Newman
18. Trevor Bayne
19. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
20. Daniel Suarez
21. Michael McDowell
22. Austin Dillon
23. Joey Logano
24. Kasey Kahne
25. Regan Smith
26. AJ Allmendinger
27. Ty Dillon
28. David Ragan
29. Chris Buescher
30. Matt DiBenedetto
31. Landon Cassill
32. Gray Gaulding
33. JJ Yeley
34. Cole Whitt
35. Reed Sorenson
36. Timmy Hill
37. Derrike Cope
38. Jeffrey Earnhardt
39. Kyle Larson
40. Corey LaJoie
The 400-lap race is set to begin at 6 p.m. ET on Fox. You can watch the race on Fox through your local cable provider or stream it through or the Fox Sports Go app. Pre-race will include a performance of “God Bless the U.S.A.” by Lee Greenwood with the 82nd Airborne Chorus Group handling the national anthem followed by a special Memorial Day weekend flyover featuring four F-15 fighter jets
Last year’s winner Martin Truex Jr. is a co-favorite alongside Kyle Busch with 11/2 odds. Meanwhile, 2013 winner Brad Keselowski is listed at 6/1, according to Bovada. Both Truex Jr. and Keselowski have been red-hot this season, clinching playoff spots with two wins each.