NASCAR Phoenix 2013: Start time, TV schedule for Subway Fresh Fit 500


Mark Martin sits on the pole for Sunday afternoon's race at the one-mile Phoenix International Speedway.

After winning his second Daytona 500 last week, Jimmie Johnson will look for back-to-back NASCAR Sprint Cup victories when he starts third in Sunday's Subway Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. Pre-race festivities begin at 2 p.m. ET, and the green flag drops at 3:14 ET.

Mark Martin won the pole for Sunday's 500-lap race. The 54-year-old Martin, who finished third at Daytona, became the second-oldest driver to ever win a Sprint Cup pole in Friday's qualifying runs. He will be joined on the front row by Kasey Kahne. Johnson and Kyle Busch, who won Saturday's Nationwide Series race, will be on the second row. Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart make up the third row of drivers.

Dale Earnhardt Jr., who shook off a hard hit in a Saturday wreck last week to finish second in Sunday's race, will start 21st. Danica Patrick, who won the pole for Daytona, starts 40th this week.

Television coverage of Sunday's race begins on Fox at 2:30 p.m. ET.

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