Indycar tv schedule for Texas Motor Speedway; Season opener
Indycar is set for their return. The 1.5-mile oval of Texas Motor Speedway hosts the return of the open wheel racing division.
View the 2020 Texas tv schedule below.
Indycar has yet to start their 2020 season. That changes this weekend and it will be the first time that Texas Motor Speedway has hosted the season opener.
Texas Motor Speedway is a 1.5-mile oval location in Fort Worth, Texas.
June 6, 2020
Noon – 3:30 p.m. ET
NTT INDYCAR SERIES Practice
NBC Sports Gold
5 p.m. ET
Genesys 300 Qualifying
(Single-car, cumulative time of two laps),
NBC Sports Gold (live) | NBCSN (live)
7:30 p.m. ET
Pre-race show begins
8 p.m. ET
Command to start engines
8:05 p.m. ET
Genesys 300 green flag
Distance: 200 laps/300 miles
Genesys 300: Info
Tire Limits: Nine sets primary to be used during practice, qualifying and the race. Rookies and first-time Texas participants will get an extra set.
Aeroscreen: For years the aeroscreen has been in development. It makes it’s debut in a race, this weekend. The safety feature is “a ballistic, canopy-like windscreen anchored by titanium framework encompassing the cockpit.”
2019 race winner: Josef Newgarden, 1:55:08.8666, 186.084 mph (248 laps/372 miles)
2019 NTT P1 Award winner: Takuma Sato, 47.0738 seconds, 220.250 mph (two laps)
Qualifying Record – One lap: Charlie Kimball, 23.2730, 222.747 mph, June 9, 2017
Qualifying Record – Two laps: Charlie Kimball, 46.5861 seconds, 222.556 mph, June 9, 2017