How to follow STP Gas Booster 500 online, TV schedule, radio and more

Drew Hallowell

It's another Sunday in the NASCAR Sprint Cup, and there are plenty of ways for fans to check out the action.

It's race day in Martinsville for the STP Gas Booster 500, and information on how fans can catch the action on television, the radio, or online are all provided below. The forecast is showing warm and sunny, making it a perfect day for racing.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the leader in the Sprint Cup points standings, but more eyes might be on Joey Logano and Tony Stewart as the Gas Booster 500 gets underway. A blocking incident between the two has been attracting a lot of press, but sitting 22nd in the Sprint Cup point standings, Stewart might do better to focus on racing rather than revenge. Logano is currently ninth in the standings and isn't planning on changing his style.

Television coverage will be provided by FOX starting at 1 p.m. ET, with radio coverage available on XM 90 or Sirius 90. Streaming video isn't available, but fans can get lap-by-lap updates at NASCAR.com with additional coverage via the NASCAR mobile app.

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