How to follow Toyota/Save Mart 350 online, TV schedule, radio and more

Robert Laberge

Jamie McMurray will lead the field to the green flag on Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. We have the details on how to follow the race for those hoping to watch the NASCAR drivers in their road course performance.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will hold one of the two road course races on its season schedule Sunday afternoon when Jamie McMurray leads the field to the green flag at Sonoma Raceway for the Toyota/Save Mart 350. Marcos Ambrose, a road course specialist who earned the pole at Sonoma in 2012, will be alongside McMurray in the front row.

Pre-race coverage from Sonoma is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. ET on TNT before coverage of the race starts at 3. The green flag for the race is estimated to drop at about 3:19 p.m.

For those not watching on TV, SiriusXM Channel 90 offers a radio broadcast of the race and the Performance Racing Network will provide a streaming radio broadcast. NASCAR also offers its RaceView service with real-time driver statistics, 3-D virtual rendering of the race, a customizable leaderboard and numerous other features.

Jimmie Johnson, this season's points leader, is set to start in the No. 19 position while last year's winner at Sonoma, Clint Bowyer, is scheduled to start in the fifth spot.

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