Daytona Duels 2019 NASCAR Live Streaming
With Sunday’s single-vehicle qualifying races in the books, it’s a great opportunity to look forward to Thursday’s Daytona Duels. Forty-two autos will be in rivalry on Thursday, including any semblance of Jimmie Johnson and Martin Truex Jr. In the second duel, Chase Elliott and Joey Logano wind up directly alongside one another.
These will be consecutive, 150-mile races that spread 60 laps. Here’s the means by which you can watch them Thursday night.
2019 Daytona Duels
Date: Thursday, Feb. 14
Begin times: 7 p.m. ET, 8:45 p.m. ET
Gushing: fuboTV, FOX Sports Go
Area: Daytona International Speedway – Daytona Beach, Florida
In question are some customary season focuses, including 10 points for the lead position, nine for second spot, right down to one point for tenth. The races will likewise help set the field for Sunday’s Daytona 500, with the champs of each start in third and fourth.
After two of NASCAR’s best youthful prospects, William Byron and Alex Bowman, secured the first column positions for the Daytona 500 a weekend ago, whatever remains of the beginning lineup was dictated by Thursday’s Gander RV Duel qualifying races at Daytona.
Kevin Harvick won Duel 1, while ruling champ Joey Logano took Duel 2 with an angry late flood.
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In the principal race, Jimmie Johnson’s 48 vehicle hit the 18 vehicle of Kyle Busch, who spun crazy. Busch was not cheerful thereafter. Brad Keselowski, in the mean time, was surveyed two punishments, sending him to the back of the pack.
In the second race, Logano passed Clint Bowyer in the last lap to acquire the full 10 customary season focuses for winning a duel race.
Daytona 500 qualifying proceeds with Thursday, February 14, 2019 (2/14/19) with duel races to decide the beginning framework for the race.
William Byron, 21, and Hendricks Motorsports partner Alex Bowman, 25, secured in the first line for “The Great American Race” amid qualifying laps Sunday at Daytona International Speedway. They involve the most youthful first column in Daytona 500 history.