[XPEL 375] IndyCar at Texas Sunday TV Coverage Info, Live Stream, Starting Lineups

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After yet another victory Saturday by Scott Dixon at Texas Motor Speedway, the NTT IndyCar Series will try to put the brakes on the six-time series champion Sunday (5 p.m. ET, NBCSN) in the XPEL 375 — the second half of twin start times this weekend at the 1.5-mile oval.

IndyCar XPEL 375 Streaming Info

Dates: May 2, 2021
Location: Texas Motor Speedway
Time: 5 p.m. ET
Live Stream: Racepass

It’s the first time in 10 years that Texas has played host to an IndyCar race weekend doubleheader. Dixon dominated the Saturday opener, leading 206 of 212 laps and fending off Team Penske rookie Scott McLaughlin in his fifth victory at Texas and second consecutive at the 1.5-mile oval.

The 2021 season has opened with three winners in three races with Dixon, Alex Palou (who won the season opener at Barber Motorsports Park) and Colton Herta (who led 97 of 100 laps from the pole position to win the Grand Prix of Texas).

Six-time and defending series champion Scott Dixon still is seeking his first victory at the track but has six runner-up finishes at Barber (including the past two races). 24 drivers have entered the race, including IndyCar Series debutants Jimmie Johnson. IndyCar race and TV Coverage Schedule 2021.

Reigning and six-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon, two-time IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden, 2019 Indianapolis 500 champion Simon Pagenaud, and 2016 Indianapolis 500 champion Alexander Rossi are just a few of the biggest stars competing this weekend.

Here’s the IndyCar starting lineup Sunday in the XPEL 375 at Texas Motor Speedway (Position, car number, driver, manufacturer):

2021 XPEL 375 starting lineup

1st – Scott Dixon
2nd – Alex Palou
3rd – Will Power
4th – Pato O’Ward
5th – Jack Harvey
6th – Josef Newgarden
7th – Scott McLaughlin
8th – Simon Pagenaud
9th – Graham Rahal
10th – Colton Herta
11th – Takuma Sato
12th – Rinus VeeKay
13th – Marcus Ericsson
14th – Sebastien Bourdais
15th – Alexander Rossi
16th – Pietro Fittipaldi
17th – Felix Rosenqvist
18th – Ed Jones
19th – Ed Carpenter
20th – Tony Kanaan
21st – Ryan Hunter-Reay
22nd – James Hinchcliffe
23rd – Dalton Kellett
24th – Conor Daly

The 2021 NTT IndyCar Series season kicks off this weekend with the XPEL 375 Indy Grand Prix of Texas taking place this Sunday, April 18 at the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Texas. Pre-race coverage begins at 3 p.m. ET on NBC. This weekend will mark the first time in IndyCar history that the season has opened on a permanent road course.

Reigning and six-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon, two-time IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden, 2019 Indianapolis 500 champion Simon Pagenaud, and 2016 Indianapolis 500 champion Alexander Rossi are just a few of the biggest stars competing this weekend. Additionally, seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, three-time Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin, and Formula One veteran Romain Grosjean make up the trio of famous newcomers to IndyCar in 2021.

How to watch XPEL 375 Indy Grand Prix of Texas?

Racepass: Another platform we recommended to watch the Indy Grand Prix of Texas is RacePass. It is best known for the video-on-demand service it offers. Where you can stream the only event pass no contractless service. You can watch this weekend’s Indy race online by pay only $6.99.

Hulu Live Package: Another platform on our list to watch the Indy Grand Prix of Texas is Hulu. It is best known for the video-on-demand service it offers. For some time now, they are also offering a live TV plan that costs $44.99 per month.

FuboTV: Next up, we have fuboTV, which is one of the best platforms to watch the Indy Grand Prix of Texas. It is for those who really love sports, given the high number of dedicated channels. The platform only has one bundle nowadays called fubo ($54.99/mo), but you can go for it without worrying too much since there are dozens of channels you can get in there.