Indy 500 winners: A complete list of all-time race champions, records, most wins Click Hare To Watch Now Live
In the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, somebody will join the prestigious list of Indy 500 winners. That is, unless, somebody who already is among the list of Indy 500 winners takes another checkered flag at this year’s running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. For now, 72 names are on the all-time list of Indy 500 winners.
The current list of Indy 500 winners is topped by Will Power, who won last year’s IndyCar race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Of the last six Indy 500 winners, five are in the field for the 2019 edition of the race, meaning the chances of getting a repeat Indy 500 winner are high.
Indy 500 live stream 2019 Watch 4K Online 103rd running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway promises to be tight. We are going to keep up with every turn of a lap, and keep believing it’s going to happen Sunday.
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The annual event kicks off Sunday, May 26, at 12:45 p.m. ET. Coverage begins at noon ET on NBC, with Mike Tirico, Danica Patrick and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. calling the race. Pre-race coverage begins at 11:00 a.m. on NBC Sports Network.
The race will also stream live on the NBC Sports app, and on streaming video services like YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue or Sling, so long as that service includes NBC in your market.
Weather at the start of the race is expected to be cloudy and in the high 70s, but there is the threat of rain pushing through the area starting at around 2:00 p.m. ET. If the rain interrupts the race before 101 laps have been run, it will be halted and continued on the next dry day. If rain is definitely looking to interrupt the race, officials could choose to preemptively postpone the start of the race until the next dry day. But if the race has passed the 101 lap threshold to make it official, a rain-shortened result could be called. This has happened a number of times at the Indy 500, most recently in 2007 when Dario Franchitti was named the champ in a rain-shortened race after completing 166 laps.