NASCAR races might run without the fans but you can still get the first-hand experience like you are inside the team garage. NASCAR will be broadcasting the full races on Scanner for free on the NASCAR app on mobile and website.
Scanner allows the users to listen to the live radio communications between the drivers and teams. It gives access to an exclusive official radio channel to follow NASCAR Cup Series race management communications. And to follow the drivers’ radio communications. Additionally, it also lets the user listen to Xfinity and Truck series radio comms.
Normally, the premium features of the mobile app costs $29.99 for a year. It is offered as an in-app purchase and also has a monthly subscription plan for $4.99. However, for the season restart the premium Scanner features will be available for free to everyone.
Journalist Bob Pocrass reveals in a tweet while replying to some fan’s query. He said, ” Scanner will be free for everyone for races in May and June through the NASCAR website and mobile app.”
Scanner will be free for everyone for races in May and June through the NASCAR website and mobile app https://t.co/O26Gs74Hgf
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) May 14, 2020
Darlington Race on May 17th will embark the return of NASCAR
The NASCAR will start up again for a 400-mile (643km) race on Sunday, May 17 at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina, despite the fact that onlookers won’t be permitted at the track.
The series plans will run seven races in 11 days. The initial three races will be at Darlington. First the Cup series race on May 17, and again on Wednesday May 20 and an Xfinity race will run on Tuesday, May 19. After that, the race moves to Charlotte Motor Speedway, in North Carolina, for the Coca-Cola 600 on May 24. Which will be followed by an Xfinity race on May 25, a truck race on May 26, and Cup race on May 27.