How to watch Food City 500 online, TV schedule, radio and more


The first race of the season at the Bristol half-mile starts Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.

The checkered flag drops on the 2013 Food City 500 at just after 1 p.m. ET Sunday. Fox will handle television coverage live from Bristol Motor Speedway. Other options for listening to or watching the race are listed below.

Kyle Busch took the pole for Sunday's race after turning in the fastest qualifying lap in Bristol Motor Speedway history Friday. Busch has won five career races at Bristol's half-mile track. He will be joined in the first row by Kasey Kahne, who finished second at last week's Kobalt Tools 400 in Las Vegas. Denny Hamlin and Brian Vickers will start in the second row. Brad Keselowski, who won last year's Food City 500 en route to a Sprint Cup championship, starts seventh Sunday.

Fan favorites Tony Stewart (8th), Jeff Gordon (11th), and Jimmie Johnson (13th) also start near the front. Dale Earnhardt Jr. begins the day in 32nd position, while Danica Patrick is near the back of the field in 41st.

Location: Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tennessee

Time: Sunday, March 17, 1 p.m. ET

Television: Fox

Radio: PRN

Online: Fox Sports Mobile

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