How to follow AdvoCare 500 online, TV schedule, radio and more

Tom Pennington

Tune in to follow Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and the rest of the field in their battle for NSCS positioning in the AdvoCare 500 from Phoenix.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points leader Jimmie Johnson will start first in the circuit's second-to-last race of 2013, the AdvoCare 500 from Phoenix International Raceway. Coverage begins at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday.

For more on this race and others, stop by SB Nation's NASCAR hub

Johnson has a seven-point lead over Matt Kenseth, who will start 14th when the green flag is waved at approximately 3:15 p.m. Johnson broke a track record with his qualifying speed of 139.222 mph, and is the pole-sitter for the third time in 2013. Johnson won the first race for which he was top qualifier, taking the checkered flag at the Pocono 400 on June 9. He finished 13th after earning the pole for the 400 on Aug. 4.

Here's how you can watch, follow and listen to Johnson's run at the Sprint Cup:


Radio: Motor Racing Network (list of affiliates here), SiriusXM Radio Channel 90

Live leaderboard:

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Complete coverage of the 2013 Sprint Cup Chase

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Another runner-up finish for Dale, Jr.

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