How to watch Kobalt Tools 400 online, TV schedule, radio and more

Jeff Bottari

NASCAR makes its annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas.

NASCAR's annual stop in Sin City comes to an end Sunday with the Kobalt Tools 400. Racing starts at 3 p.m. ET from Las Vegas Motor Speedway, with television coverage on Fox.

Friday's qualifying runs were canceled due to rain, so the Vegas field has been put on the grid in order of 2012 Sprint Cup finish. That means last year's champion, Brad Keselowski, gets the pole position for Sunday's race. Clint Bowyer joins him in the front row, with Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne in row 2. Kahne won the 2012 Sprint Cup race in Las Vegas.

Fan favorites Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon start side-by-side in row 5. Dale Earnhardt Jr. begins the race in 12th position. Last week's winner, Carl Edwards, starts 16th. Danica Patrick, a Sprint Cup rookie, will start 37th.

Location: Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Date and Time: Sunday, March 10, 3 p.m. ET

Television: Fox

Radio: PRN

Online/Mobile: Fox Sports Mobile

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