Coca-Cola 600 2022 Free Live Stream: How to Watch, TV and Starting Squad

The longest NASCAR race of the season is taking place Sunday night in Charlotte with the 2022 Coca-Cola 600. The race begins at 6 PM ET.

Watch the live broadcast for free: fuboTV (7-day free trial) And the Hulu Live TV (Free trial)

Denny Hamlin will start in pole position on Sunday night, while early points leader Chase Elliott will start in 13th. Kyle Larson will try to win his second Coca-Cola 600 in a row, but will start way back in 36th.

what or what2022 Coca-Cola 600.

WhenSunday, May 29, 2022.

time: 6 p.m. EST.

where: Charlotte Motor Speedway (95000).

Television: fox.

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live streams: Fubo.tv (7-day free trial); Hulu + Live TV (Free trial); And the Fox Sports (TV provider login required).

Check out the starting lineup for Sunday’s race here.

Read some of what The Associated Press’s Steve Reid has written about Larson hoping to use Sunday’s race as momentum going forward for the rest of the season.

Kyle Larson is hoping to get back to victory lane on Sunday at the Coca-Cola 600 that could propel him to his second consecutive NASCAR Cup Series championship.

In other words, he hopes history will repeat itself.

Larson has only had one win this season – three months ago in California.

This puts Larson in an oddly similar position to last year, when he reached Charlotte Motor Speedway in NASCAR’s longest and most grueling race with just one win in 14 races.

His 2021 season turned in Charlotte.

Larson Dominate Coca-Cola 600 By driving 327 of 400 laps in Hendrick Motorsports’ 269th career victory – which propelled HMS to overtake Petty Enterprises for the record.

The win revitalized Larson and the No. 5 Chevrolet team. The group won three consecutive Cup races and an All-Star race to gain the confidence and momentum needed for their title path. Larsson ended up winning 10 races in total and ultimately his first Cup title.

Of last year’s Coca-Cola 600 win, Larson said: “It was absolutely fantastic to get Mr. (Rick) Hendrik this historic victory. It wasn’t talked about, but I think every team wanted that win for and we were lucky enough because We’re the ones who did it. Hopefully we can get the same kind of performance this weekend.”

But iteration in Coca-Cola 600 is no easy feat. Not since Jimmy Johnson won a treble in a row from 2003 to 2005.

NASCAR’s longest-running race already had a lot of pitfalls to begin with – tire wear, wear and track temperature change from day to night – and the new next-generation car adds even more intrigue. As it stands, there are concerns about whether the left rear tires can handle the brunt of such a long race.

Larson has as good a chance as anyone else to win. Sports fencing fan He was listed as a favorite race at 5-1.

He’s held the lead all year, finishing fourth in Bristol and Talladega, and second in Las Vegas and Kansas. He has six spots in the top five, but is ninth in the points standings.

“Ring position is going to be important, so a good qualifying session on Saturday helps a lot on Sunday,” Larson said.

Dark Dillon

It might have something to do with Dale Earnhardt’s legacy, but Austin Dillon and the #3 Chevy black truck always do well in a Coca-Cola 600.

Dillon, who won the race in 2017, finished in the top ten in a row.

“I don’t know what Charlotte Motor Speedway is about. I’ve always had success there,” Dillon said. “I enjoy the track. I understand what it takes to be fast in a race car and I have a feeling for that. Obviously, I won my first Cup race in Charlotte, so I definitely spin around every year as a place to go and compete well.”

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