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The Sprint Unlimited viewer's guide

February 13, 2013, NASCAR.com

The Sprint Unlimited viewer's guide
How are you watching The Sprint Unlimited? Use the table below to find all the information you need to keep up with the latest from Daytona.

WATCHING AT HOME?

GOING TO THE RACE?
WATCHING RACEVIEW?
PLAYING FANTASY?

Even if you're not at the track, you can keep up with all the live action on TV and at NASCAR.com. (All times Eastern, unless noted.)

Watch practices and the race on TV:

Saturday, Feb. 16: The Sprint Unlimited on FOX, 8 p.m.

Get inside the garage:

GarageCam presented by Miller Lite will be live streaming here Friday, Feb. 15, from 4:30-5 p.m.

Want more?

Get lap-by-lap updates on NASCAR.com during practice laps, qualifying and races.

Want to attend this weekend's race? Buy tickets to The Sprint Unlimited at Daytona International Speedway here.

Know the track:

Check out our Daytona International Speedway track page to take a video tour of the track and explore the best fan views.

Want to meet a driver?

Here is a list of appearances. (List subject to change.)

Saturday, Feb. 16, 5:30 p.m.: Kevin Harvick | Budweiser 1876 hospitality area

Saturday, Feb. 16, 6 p.m.: Dale Earnhardt Jr. | Sprint FANZONE Main Stage

Get packing:

The weather in Daytona Beach is:

Click for Daytona Beach, Florida Forecast

The Sprint Unlimited is a 75-lap, non-points race limited to pole winners of the previous season and past winners.

The ultimate way to experience the race

1. RaceView Premium: Renders live, virtual 3-D Video with in-car audio as well as national radio broadcasts. Telemetry data, real-time stats with pit and driver information (Formerly known as RaceView 360)

2. RaceView Audio: Streams all 43 drivers' in-car audio and Officials' channel with live national radio broadcasts. (Formerly known as Scanner)

Play NASCAR FANTASY LIVE

Fantasy doesn't start until next week, but you can set your lineup for the Daytona 500.

Expert tip of the week:

Five times, the winner of this race has gone on to win the Daytona 500: 1982 (Bobby Allison); 1987 (Bill Elliott); 1996 (Dale Jarrett); 1997 (Jeff Gordon); 2000 (Jarrett).

Last year's top three finishers:

1. Kyle Busch

2. Tony Stewart

3. Marcos Ambrose

See the complete results from last year's event here.