The only thing predictable about NASCAR’s season so far is that it has been unpredictable.
That very well could change this week on the one-mile desert track at ISM Raceway in Phoenix.
While we have had three different winners on three tracks so far this year, Kyle Busch comes into Phoenix having won last fall’s race at the track and never having finished worse than seventh in his last seven trips there. And, honestly, the seventh-place finish was an anomaly as he has finished fourth or better in six of his last seven times at ISM.
Busch was primed for a win last week in Las Vegas, but a speeding penalty on pit road all but derailed his chances of achieving the Trucks-Xfinity-Cup series trifecta on his hometown track.
This is a great chance for him to get his first Cup Series win of the year and lock up a playoff spot early in the season.
What time does the TicketGuardian 500 start?
The TicketGuardian 500 will take place Sunday, March 10. Live coverage begins on FOX at 3:30 p.m. ET.
What channel is the TicketGuardian 500 on?
The TicketGuardian 500 will be broadcast nationally on FOX. The race can also be livestreamed on the Fox Sports Go app or by subscribing to fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.
TicketGuardian 500 schedule, how to watch
All of the events leading up to the week, including practices and races for the Xfinity Series, can be seen on NASCAR.com, PRN, MRN and FS1.
Here’s a daily schedule of events leading up to the TicketGuardian 500.
(All times Eastern)
Friday, March 8
Saturday, March 9
Sunday, March 10
TicketGuardian 500 Starting Lineup
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Below is the full starting lineup for the 2019 TicketGuardian 500.
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