2020 marks the 100th Indianapolis 500 as we get to see a batch of superstars ready to fight through the 200 laps across the 500 miles to win the coveted title of Indy 500 championship.
We will have Simon Pagenaud, who is the defending champion, looking for a return with the hopes of getting a back-to-back win. However, we are sure he will get stiff competition just like last year, 2019.
Fernando Alonso, Formula 1 winner, will be looking to join Andretti’s team with the hope of winning Indy 500 to achieve the status of Triple Crown.
So, who will win the 2020 Indy 500 race?
No one knows. You can attend the race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway or stream Indy 500 live to catch all the actions that will produce the ultimate winner.
- For those in the US
Indy fans in the US can watch the live stream of the race via NBC Sports Network, which is the official broadcaster with absolute rights to cover the Indy 500 race.
You need to pay a subscription fee that resonates between $40-$50 if you want to watch the race on-demand. We would recommend checking NBC Sports Gold that comes with track passes for many sports that you can purchase to view the entire Indy 500 race.
Other streaming options include WatchESPN, as well as turning to social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter.
- Other parts of the world
There are different channels to watch Indy 500 for different nations. For instance, if you’re in the UK, then you can watch the race live on Sky Sports F1.
For those looking to stream Indy 500 from anywhere, then they can use TV options like Sling TV, Hulu TV, and YouTube TV with a combination of a VPN service to bypass the location restrictions on many streaming sites.