STP 500 Live
Five races into the 2017 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup season, we have five different winners. Will Sunday’s STP 500 Live from Martinsville Speedway in Virginia give us our first two-time winner this season? The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Returns to Martinsville after the “West Coast Swing” for the STP 500 on April 2nd! Come celebrate 70 Years of racing with us! New Year, New Cup Sponsor, Same GREAT Martinsville Racing! NASCAR STP 500 Live starts this week, and you no doubt want to know where to watch all the games. And though it’s easy enough to find the games on cable. Click Here
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If there is a favorite, it might be Kyle Larson, who won last week in Fontana and has three second-place finishes this season, putting him atop the points lead entering Sunday. That lead earned him the pole position at Martinsville because Friday’s qualifying was washed away by rain.
Kurt Busch, the Daytona 500 winner this year, starts in 14th place on Sunday and won this event in 2014. His brother Kyle, the defending STP 500 live champion, starts in 10th position on Sunday. Fox Sports 1 will televise the race from Martinsville, with Mike Joy calling play-by-play along with analysts Jeff Gordon and Darrell Waltrip. Online streaming is available through
Brad Keselowski is one of the five winners this season, taking the checkered flag in Atlanta. He has come close since, with three straight top-five finishes, including finishing second to Larson last week. He starts in fourth position on Sunday. Martin Truex Jr. won at Las Vegas this season and finished fourth last week in Fontana, his only other top-five finish in 2017. He starts in third position on Sunday in Martinsville.Ryan Newman won at Phoenix two weeks ago but hasn’t finished higher than 15th in any other race this season. He won the STP 500 live back in 2012. Newman starts 11th on Sunday.