It's NASCAR race day at Dover International Speedway, and we've got the actual race start time, the starting lineup and some other facts about the FedEx 400 for you below.
Start time: The command to start engines will be given by Jacob Boenzi at 1:07 p.m. Eastern time. After a few pace laps, the green flag will wave at precisely 1:15 p.m. Eastern. So if you want to skip the pre-race show and just tune in for the actual race, flip your TV on at 1:15.
Race name/distance: The FedEx 400 is sponsored by FedEx, obviously, but it's also a benefit for the Autism Speaks charity organization. If you'd like to learn more about Autism Speaks (or donate), you can visit the Autism Speaks web site here. The distance of the race is 400 miles, which is 400 laps around the "Monster Mile."
TV and radio: As for all of the races through May, FOX is televising the Dover race. The radio broadcast can be found on your local Motor Racing Network (MRN) affiliate. Click here to see a list of MRN stations where you can listen.
National anthem: Country music group Miss Willie Brown is singing the national anthem. And yes, it is a group – it sounds like one person, though, doesn't it? It's not. Miss Willie Brown is two women, and neither of them are named "Willie" or "Brown."
Tickets: There are still plenty of tickets available for the FedEx 400 if you're thinking of making a last-minute trip to Dover.
Weather: This will be a factor all day long. Though the temperature is expected to reach the mid-70s, there is a 60 percent chance of rain all afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Monday doesn't look too good, either.
Last time: Kyle Busch took advantage of a late speeding penalty by Jimmie Johnson to claim last year's May race at Dover, beating Jeff Burton by more than seven seconds. Johnson found redemption, though, winning the September Chase race at the Delaware track.
Starting lineup for today's FedEx 400 NASCAR race at Dover International Speedway (set by practice speeds due to a qualifying rainout):