How to Watch Indy 500 on Peacock: Stream From Anywhere With This Limited Deal
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The “greatest spectacle in racing” returns to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Memorial Day weekend. The 107th running of the Indianapolis 500 takes place on Sunday (May 28).
This year’s starting lineup will include Alex Palou, Pato O’Ward, Scott Dixon, Katherine Legge, Alexander Rossi, Tony Kanaan, Takuma Sato, Rinus VeeKay, Helio Castroneves, Colton Herta, Devin DeFrancesco, Sting Ray Robb, Jack Harvey and Graham Rahal, who is replacing Stefan Wilson after he was injured during practice earlier in the week.
Legge returns to the race track as the only female driver in the 2023 Indy 500 and the ninth woman to race overall.
Sato will attempt to become the first driver in history to win three Indy 500s with three teams, while four-time Indy winner Castroneves will try his hand at a record fifth win.
Academy Award-nominated actor Adam Driver will serve as the Indy 500 honorary starter.
Read on for more details on Indy 500 and ways to stream from anywhere.
How to Stream the Indy 500 Live
Coverage of this year’s Indy 500 will begin at 9 a.m. ET on Peacock and 11:00 a.m. ET on NBC and NBC.com.
How can you watch the Indy 500 live on TV? Catch every lap live on NBC and Peacock. You can stream NBC and other local and cable channels on platforms such as SlingTV, DirectTV, Hulu + Live TV and Fubo.
Is the Indy 500 free on Peacock? Peacock isn’t free but it’s on sale! Save 60% on Peacock Premium when you subscribe to the annual plan for $19.99 (regular $49.99). The limited deal ends June 12 (use code: SUMMEROFPEACOCK to redeem the discount).
Peacock Premium is available as a monthly plan as well for $4.99/month. Want free Peacock? If you’re a Spectrum or Xfinity customer, you might be eligible to receive a free Peacock subscription before the promo officially ends.
Peacock is packed with entertainment for sports fans. Stream the Indy 500 to WWE Night of Champions, MLB Sunday Leadoff and other sporting events on Peacock, along with a large selection of movies and TV shows including Peacock Originals such as Bupkis, Mrs. Davis, Based on a True Story and Poker Face; and hit shows like Vanderpump Rules and Yellowstone.
What apps can you use to watch the Indy 500? You can watch the Indy 500 on your smart TV, phone, computer or tablet via the Peacock app, NBC app and any of the other apps mentioned above (stream internationally with Express VPN).
Who Is Performing at the Indy 500?
Grammy winner Jewel is slated to perform the national anthem on Sunday. World-renowned opera singer and Indianapolis-native Angela Brown will sing “God Bless America” during the pre-race ceremony. Brown last performed the song at the Indy 500 in 2017.
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