Daytona 2017 Live Stream

AMA Pro Flat Track will now be known as American Flat Track (AFT), and the former GNC-1 and GNC-2 classes have been Daytona 2017 Live Stream changed to AFT Twins (650 to 999 cc) and AFT Singles (450 cc only). Previous rules allowed singles to race against twins in both classes and displacement restrictions were broader, from 550 cc to 1250 cc.

Event : Daytona 500

Date : Feb,26,2017

Place : Daytona Beach, Florida, United States

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The AFT Singles class, like the former GNC-2 class, is meant to help new riders gain experience to enable them to move up into the next higher class.

Additionally, next year’s events will be in a tournament style format where the fastest 48 riders from timed races advance to four heats with each heat consisting of six laps. The nine fastest riders from each heat will then move on to the semi-rounds and eventually to an 18-rider, 25-lap main event.


The Great American Race” is streamed live in both English and Spanish through FOX Sports GO, the critically acclaimed app that provides live streaming video of FOX Sports content at home or on-the-go. All FOX NASCAR programming in 2016 is live streamed on FOX Sports GO. FOX Deportes, the No. 1 Spanish-language sports network in the U.S., also offers live coverage of the Daytona 500.

FOX Sports’ Daytona Speedweeks coverage kicks off Firday, Feb. 12 on FS1 with Sprint Cup practice for the Sprint Unlimited exhibitiion race at 5 p.m. ET.

Where to watch Daytona 500 Live Stream 2017?

The Sprint Unlimited, the first NASCAR event of the 2016 season, airs live on FOX on Saturday, Feb. 13 at 8 p.m.. Joy, Darrell Waltrip and Gordon call the 75-lap, non-points race with race analyst Larry McReynolds and pit reporters Little, Welch and Yocum. Myers and Michael Waltrip will host the network’s coverage from the Hollywood Hotel. This year’s edition features 25 Sprint Cup drivers, including all 16 who qualified for the 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup, 2015 pole winners, former Sprint Unlimited winners and former Daytona 500 pole winners.

Sprint Cup drivers hit the track the next day, Sunday, Feb., 14, for Daytona 500 qualifying, live on FOX at 1 p.m. ET, setting the prestigious first and second starting positions for the Daytona 500, as well as the starting order for the Can-Am Duel at Daytona.

The complete Daytona 500 starting order is determined following the Can-Am Duel at Daytona, live on FS1 on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. ET. The pair of qualifying races, historically one of  Daytona 2017 Live Stream Speedweeks’ most exciting events, are under the lights with Joy, Darrell Waltrip and Gordon on the call with race analysis by McReynolds and pit reporting by Little, Neville and Yocum. Myers and Michael Waltrip host.

FOX Sports kicks off its sophomore year of coverage of the XFINITY Series from Daytona on Saturday, Feb. 20 with the season opener at 3:30 p.m. ET. Adam Alexander calls the action alongside Michael Waltrip and 2014 Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick with pit reporting by Little, Neville and Yocum. NASCAR RaceDay — FS1’s XFINITY Series pre-race show — previews the action at 3 p.m. ET. Trotta hosts with analysis from McReynolds and Kenny Wallace.

The Camping World Truck Series opens its season on Friday,

FS1’s daily NASCAR Race Hub, NASCAR’s most-watched daily news and update show, hosted by Alexander and Trotta, continues into the weekends with NASCAR Race Hub Weekend Edition to update viewers on the day’s happenings. Roberts hosts alongside Hammond with live, at-track reporting by Alan Cavanna, Andrew Doud and Vincie. NASCAR Race Hub’s daily show returned in January for its eighth season, airing Monday through Thursday at its new time of 5 p.m. ET on FS1.

Daytona 500 Media Day is live from Daytona International Speedway on (9 a.m.-Noon p.m. ET) on FS1, followed by a special two-hour edition of NASCAR Race Hub, also from Daytona 500 Media Day (5-7 p.m. ET).  Adam Alexander, John Roberts and Danielle Trotta co-host with analysis from McReynolds and reporting by Alan Cavanna and Little.

In addition, FOX Sports has several NASCAR specials planned during Daytona Speedweeks. On the eve of “The Great American Race,” FOX Sports and FOX NASCAR analyst and four-time champion Jeff Gordon celebrate the race and 2016 season with Jeff Gordon’s Daytona 500 Kickoff Celebration on FOX on Saturday, Feb. 20 (9 p.m. ET).

Before FOX coverage of the Daytona 2017 Live begins on Sunday, Feb. 21, NASCAR RaceDay is live on FS1, bringing viewers the latest news amidst the buzz as drivers prepare to start the biggest race of the year. John Roberts hosts from the Charlotte studio and Trotta co-hosts from the FOX Sports set inside the new Daytona Rising stadium. They are joined by analysts McReynolds, Jeff Hammond and Wally Dallenbach. NASCAR RaceDay also airs immediately preceding the Sprint Unlimited and the Can-Am Duel on FS1.

Feld Entertainment® announced today that tickets for the highly anticipated 2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, are now on sale at The world’s premier off-road motorcycle championship, an American original, will kick-off a 17-race battle to crown a champion on January 7, in which reigning back-to-back champion Ryan Dungey will take on the formidable task of securing a third consecutive title against a star-studded international field of challengers.

For more than 40 years Monster Energy Supercross has thrilled audiences of all ages, continually positioned as one of the fastest growing sports. Nearly one million fans fill the seats of North America’s most well known stadiums annually; while millions more from around the world watch the action unfold via international live streams and an exclusive broadcast partnership with FOX Sports. Fans are captivated by the spectacle of Monster Daytona 500 Live Stream Energy Supercross, the preeminent showcase for these talented and fearless world-class athletes doing battle in the most physically and mentally demanding sport. Competitors from over nine different countries have chased their Supercross dream to the U.S. for 2017, dedicating their lives to the pursuit of victory and putting in countless hours both in the gym and on the motorcycle for the chance to be called the best in the world.

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At the pre-race Pit Party fans are fully immersed into the world of Monster Energy Supercross, given unprecedented access to the athletes, teams, and supporting sponsors. Annually, more than 350,000 attendees converge at this festival-like, behind-the-scenes complement to the on-track excitement, with exclusive opportunities to meet the riders, see the bikes up close, hang with the Monster Energy Girls, and share memories on social media for an unparalleled fan experience.

Highlighting the 17-race season is the Daytona 500 Live inaugural “Motofest – The World’s Greatest Motocross Festival.” This historic four-day affair will commemorate the championship’s annual visit to Atlanta from February 24-27, bringing upwards of 1,000 riders to the sport’s 25th and final visit to the famed Georgia Dome. For the first time ever, both Monster Energy Supercross and AMSOIL Arenacross will compete in the same city, at the same venue, on the same weekend, for a groundbreaking showcase of the world’s two premier stadium racing championships. AMSOIL Arenacross will kick off the festivities on Friday, February 24, followed by Monster Energy Supercross’ final race inside the Georgia Dome on Saturday, February 25. The action-packed weekend continues on Sunday, February 26, with a full slate of Amateur Supercross, followed by Ricky Carmichael University on Monday, February 27.

The entire 2017 Monster Energy Supercross Championship will air live on FOX Sports, including two races on the FOX broadcast channel. In addition, the authenticated FOX Sports Go app will live stream each race.

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