What Channels is the IndyCar on TV?

The 104th running of Indy 500 is around the corner, and if you’re not planning to be outside for your Memorial Day Weekend, then you need to know the exact TV channels to watch the race.

As far as we know, NBC is the official broadcaster of the Indy 500 that has absolute rights of airing the coverage of the live-action from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

You don’t need to alter your busy schedule or other errands you may have on race day since you can even watch IndyCar Live TV channel on the go.

That much being said, let’s look at some of the channels to watch IndyCar.

Official broadcaster Channels

NBC is the official broadcaster for IndyCar, and you can watch the race live on the nbcsports.com or via the app.

The channels to check are NBC and NBCSN that will be covering different events for the IndyCar series.

If you’re just into watching the Indy 500 only, then you can select the NBC channel.

What is featured on NBC?

We know for sure that the main event of the races will be featured or covered by NBC.

That’s not all. You can also watch the practice and qualifying rounds that will be shown live on NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) or NBC.

NBCSN is the best option for Indy fans looking to watch everything from the start to the end of the IndyCar series.

They can take advantage of subscribing to the IndyCar Pass that is available for $49.99 for the entire season.

Besides watching the IndyCar series on NBC official site, other streaming ways include:

  • NBC Sports App
  • IndyCar APP
  • IndyCar YouTube Channel
  • IndyCar Race Control site
  • RoadtoIndy.TV site

Conclusion

IndyCar series start in March and run until September every year. The best channels to watch every action of the races are NBC and NBCSN.