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Here’s how to watch the Indy 500 live stream so you don’t miss any of the action.
It’s one of the biggest days in racing; the Indy 500 returns for another year and our return to sports normalcy continues to settle in.
Last year’s Indy 500 was, like most things in 2020, not normal. Usually the race is held on the last Saturday of May, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic those plans had to be altered. Instead, the race was help in August, which while great to see felt very odd.
But as more and more Americans cross the finish of racing to get vaccinated, sporting races like the Indy 500 are once again settling into their normal schedule. Fans are back in the stands, the race is on the weekend its supposed to be, and life is starting to feel a little bit like it used to be.
Indy 500 live stream: How to watch online
Speaking of finish lines, Takuma Sato crossed first in the Indy 500 last year and is back this year to try and repeat as the winner. You can catch all of the action on ABC, but if you’re looking for an Indy 500 live stream, here’s all the information you need.
A quick little life hack: If you don’t want to chance it with a possibly illegal stream, Fubo has ABC as part of its package and signing up for a seven-day trial (that you can cancel literally the second the race ends) will allow you a legal stream — and peace of mind.
Date: Sunday, May 30
Time: 12:45 p.m. ET (Green flag)
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Venue: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
TV Info: NBC