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Watch the 2024 Pennzoil 400 With Sling TV

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The Pennzoil 400 is an exciting NASCAR Cup Series race that takes place at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Nevada. This year, the race is scheduled for March 3rd, and fans are eagerly anticipating the high-speed action and intense competition that is sure to unfold on the track.

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Pennzoil 400 Schedule

Fox Sports will present all of the Pennzoil 400 Presented by Jiffy Lube. The main race will take place on Sunday Mar 3 but practice and qualifying races are scheduled for Saturday.

  • Sat Mar 2 : Practice (FS1)
  • Sat Mar 2 : Qualifying (FS1)
  • Sun Mar 3 : Main Race (Fox)

How to Watch Pennzoil 400 With Sling TV

The Pennzoil 400 preliminaries will air on FS1 on March 2nd and the race itself will be aired on Fox on March 3rd.

The Sling Blue plan provides FS1 to all subscribers but Fox, since it is a network, is only available in the following locations:

  • Atlanta (WAGA)
  • Austin (KTBC)
  • Chicago (WFLD)
  • Dallas (KDFW)
  • Detroit (WJBK)
  • Gainesville (WOGX)
  • Houston (KRIV)
  • Los Angeles (KTTV)
  • Milwaukee (WITI)
  • Minneapolis (KMSP)
  • New York (WNYW)
  • Orlando (WOFL)
  • Philadelphia (WTXF)
  • Phoenix (KSAZ)
  • San Francisco (KTVU)
  • Seattle (KCPQ)
  • Tampa (WTVT)
  • Washington (WTTG)

In addition to Fox, the Sling Blue plan comes with local affiliates of ABC and NBC in select markets. (Note that there is an extra $5/mo charge if you get ABC.)

And there are 38 other channels beyond FS1 including A&E, AMC, BET, Bravo, CNN, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, Discovery, Food Network, FX, History Channel, Lifetime, NFL Network, National Geographic, Nick Jr, SyFy, TBS, TLC, TNT, and USA Network.

Sling TV supports most devices including Amazon Fire TV, Android mobile, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Roku, Android TV smart TVs as well as those from LG, Samsung, and Vizio, and gaming systems Xbox and Oculus.

  • $40.00/mo
  • Customize your channels with the best add-on selection in the industry
  • Watch on up to 3 devices at once
  • Record live TV on 50 hours of cloud DVR storage
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Pennzoil 400 History and Details

The Pennzoil 400 is a pivotal race in the NASCAR Cup Series schedule, as it comes early in the season and has a significant impact on the championship standings. The race attracts some of the biggest names in the sport, including past champions and up-and-coming stars looking to make a name for themselves.

The race has been held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway since 1998. It was originally called the Las Vegas 400. The name has changed many times due to sponsorships from CarsDirect.com, UAW-DaimlerChrysler (UAW-Dodge), AC Cars, and Kobalt Tools.

The “400” in the name refers to the number of miles raced — 400.5 miles to be precise. It consists of 267 laps around its 1.5-mile oval track. And the race is broken into three stages:

  1. 80 laps
  2. 80 laps
  3. 107 laps

Drivers and Teams

Here is a comprehensive list of all the drivers and their teams:

  • Ross Chastain (1) – Trackhouse Racing Chevrolet
  • Austin Cindric (2) – Team Penske Ford
  • Austin Dillon (3) – Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet
  • Josh Berry (4) – Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
  • Kyle Larson (5) – Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet
  • Brad Keselowski (6) – RFK Racing Ford
  • Corey LaJoie (7) – Spire Motorsports Chevrolet
  • 8. Kyle Busch (8) – Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet
  • Chase Elliott (9) – Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet
  • Noah Gragson (10) – Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
  • Denny Hamlin (11) – Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
  • Ryan Blaney (12) – Team Penske Ford
  • Chase Briscoe (14) – Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
  • Kaz Grala (15) – Rick Ware Racing Ford
  • Derek Kraus (16) – Kaulig Racing Chevrolet
  • Chris Buescher (17) – RFK Racing Ford
  • Martin Truex Jr (19) – Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
  • Christopher Bell (20) – Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
  • Harrison Burton (21) – Wood Brothers Racing Ford
  • Joey Logano (22) – Team Penske Ford
  • Bubba Wallace (23) – 23XI Racing Toyota
  • William Byron (24) – Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet
  • Daniel Hemric (31) – Kaulig Racing Chevrolet
  • Michael McDowell (34) – Front Row Motorsports Ford
  • Todd Gilliland (38) – Front Row Motorsports Ford
  • Ryan Preece (41) – Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
  • John Hunter Nemechek (42) – Legacy Motor Club Toyota
  • Erik Jones (43) – Legacy Motor Club Toyota
  • Tyler Reddick (45) – 23XI Racing Toyota
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr (47) – JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet
  • Alex Bowman (48) – Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet
  • Justin Haley (51) – Rick Ware Racing Ford
  • Ty Gibbs (54) – Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
  • Zane Smith (71) – Spire Motorsports Chevrolet
  • Carson Hocevar (77) – Spire Motorsports Chevrolet
  • Daniel Suarez (99) – Trackhouse Racing Chevrolet

Wrapping Up

The Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway promises to be a must-see event for any NASCAR fan, with all the excitement and drama that fans have come to expect from one of the premier races on the Cup Series calendar.

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Can I watch other NASCAR races with Sling TV?

Yes, you can watch other NASCAR races with Sling TV. NASCAR races are mostly presented on FS1, FS2, and Fox at this part of the season and NBC and USA the rest so you can watch Cup, Xfinity, and Truck series races all season this year. FS1 and Fox are available in the Sling Blue package, but to get FS2 you need the Sports Extra add-on for $11/mo.

Who has won previous Pennzoil 400 races?

Seven drivers have won the Pennzoil 400 multiple times: Jimmie Johnson (2005,2006,2007,2010), Matt Kenseth (2003,2004,2013), Jeff Burton (1999,2000), Carl Edwards (2008,2011), Brad Keselowski (2014,2016), Kevin Harvick (2015,2018), and Joey Logano (2019,2020). Here is a complete list of winners by year:

  1. Mark Martin
  2. Jeff Burton
  3. Jeff Burton
  4. Jeff Gordon
  5. Sterling Marlin
  6. Matt Kenseth
  7. Matt Kenseth
  8. Jimmie Johnson
  9. Jimmie Johnson
  10. Jimmie Johnson
  11. Carl Edwards
  12. Kyle Busch
  13. Jimmie Johnson
  1. Carl Edwards
  2. Tony Stewart
  3. Matt Kenseth
  4. Brad Keselowski
  5. Kevin Harvick
  6. Brad Keselowski
  7. Martin Truex Jr
  8. Kevin Harvick
  9. Joey Logano
  10. Joey Logano
  11. Kyle Larson
  12. Alex Bowman
  13. William Byron

Image cropped from Pure Michigan 400 NASCAR Race 8-16-15 by Paula R Lively under CC BY 2.0.

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  1. Updated with channels and prelim times.

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