Indy 500 Time: 2021 Indianapolis 500 live stream, Players, Line up and free TV schedule

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An American tradition on Memorial Day weekend, the Indianapolis 500 is truly an international event as some of the best open-wheel drivers from all over the globe descend on Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 at “The Brickyard” will be no different with 22 international drivers lining up on the starting grid.

What2021 Indianapolis 500 Race
WhenStart Time at 11:30 a.m. CT Sunday, May 30
WhereIndianapolis Motor Speedway
Lenghth200 laps, 500 miles
Radio IndyCar Radio Network
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What time does the Indy 500 start?

The 2021 Indy 500 is set for Sunday, May 30 with the green flag scheduled for 12:45 p.m. ET. Indy 500 post-race coverage will switch to NBCSN at 4 p.m. ET. Start watching here Indy 500

If you are looking for familiar names from yesteryear, there are more than a few. Grandson of two-time Formula One champion and two-time Indy 500 winner Emerson Fitipaldi, Pietro Fitipaldi will take part in the Indy 500 for the first time. A spare driver for Haas in Formula One, Fitipaldi was the fastest rookie qualifier coming in 15th.

Indianapolis 500 TV schedule, race info

What2021 Indianapolis 500 Race
WhenStart Time at 11:30 a.m. CT Sunday, May 30
WhereIndianapolis Motor Speedway
Lenghth200 laps, 500 miles
Radio IndyCar Radio Network
TV Coverage[Click Here To watch]
Live Stream[Click Here To watch]

Graham Rahal, son of 1986 winner and co-owner of RLL race team Bobby Rahal starts in the sixth row. Marco Andretti is the grandson of 1969 winner Marco Andretti and the son of Michael Andretti. He will start in the ninth row in the 25th position.

2021 Indianapolis 500 Starting Grid

RowInsideMiddleOutside
Row 1Scott DixonColton HertaRinus Veekay
Row 2Ed CarpenterTony KanaanAlex Palou
Row 3Ryan Hunter-ReayHelio CastronevesMarcus Ericsson
Row 4Alexander RossiEd JonesPato O'Ward
Row 5Pietro FittipaldiFelix RosenqvistTakuma Sato
Row 6James HinchcliffeScott McGlaughlinGraham Rahal
Row 7Conor DalyJack HarveyJosef Newgarden
Row 8JR HildebrandSantino FerrucciJuan Pablo Montoya
Row 9Marco AndrettiSimon PagenaudSebastien Bourdais
Row 10Stefan WilsonMax ChiltonDalton Kellett
Row 11Sage KaramWill PowerSimona de Silvestro

105th Indy 500 Players update

New Zealander Scott Dixon, the 2008 Indy 500 winner, starts from the pole after averaging 231.685 miles per hour (mph) over 4-laps during qualifying. Coming in just behind Dixon in second is 21-year old American Colton Hurta, who has won four races during his career in the IndyCar circuit. Dutch youngster Rinus VeeKay joins Dixon and Hurta on the front row with a 4-lap average of 231.511 mph.

Three-time winner Helio Coastroneves (Brazil) starts in the third row in eighth position, while 2017 and 2020 winner Takuma Soto (Japan) qualified 15th in the 33-car field for the Rahal Letterman Lanigan race team. The 2020 victory by Soto was the second in RLL team history. Fellow 2-time winner Juan Pablo Montoya (Colombia) qualified in the eighth row in 24th position.

Other previous winners include Tony Kanaan (2013), Ryan Hunter-Reay (2014), Alexander Rossi (2015), Will Power (2018), and Simon Pagenaud (2019).

The lone woman competing in the 2021 Indianapolis 500 is Switzerland’s Simona de Silvestro. Known as “Swiss Miss” in some racing circles, de Sivestro qualified for the 2010 Indy 500 and finished 22nd to earn Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year honors.