How to follow Indianapolis races
July 24, 2014, Staff report, NASCAR.com
The Sprint Cup Series Crown Royal presents, The John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard is Sunday, July 27, at 1 p.m. ET with coverage on ESPN.
The Nationwide Series Lilly Diabetes 250 is Saturday, July 26, at 4:30 p.m. ET with coverage on ESPN.
We know you may not have the time to watch the race action without any interruptions, so if you're on the go, here's how to keep up at Indianapolis.
NASCAR.com's live Cup leaderboard and Nationwide leaderboard update in real-time and offer constant text updates of lead changes, cautions, strategies, strong runs and everything in between. On the go? Download the NASCAR Mobile app to follow the leaderboards live from your device.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series RaceBuddy is back on NASCAR.com and NASCAR Mobile. Get 10 live high-definition feeds, including views of pit road and battle cams. Plus, ride along with in-car camera feeds for Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano.
Lap-by-Lap will keep you caught up even if you can only take a peek here and there. Check in now and then to read back through all the laps you've missed, or keep an eye on the feed for real-time race updates.
Haven't tried RaceView yet? If you sign up, you'll get virtualized video of cars on the track from various angles and hear what your favorite team is saying over the radio. And this weekend (Friday-Sunday) if you sign up and use our special offer you can get a premium subscription to RaceView for your PC for the rest of the season for just $24.95 (45% savings off our current subscription price).
Use RaceView as a second screen or as your only screen. Just want to scan the radios? You can have that too with RaceView Audio. On a mobile device? Get RaceView Mobile here.
If you want to be more involved in the on-track action, you can manage your own fantasy team on NASCAR.com and follow your team's performance in NASCAR Fantasy Live.
Mobile users can also download NASCAR Connect, a game from OneUp Sports that allows users to play other fans with race predictions, for some off-track competition while drivers battle it out on the track.
Live Press Pass streams will keep the NASCAR action rolling even after the winner rolls in and out of Victory Lane. Catch interviews with the top finishers immediately following the checkered flag for the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series races, and stay tuned to NASCAR.com throughout the week for the latest news.