NASCAR’s governing body is asking fans to plan ahead and set a date when they’ll get their first glimpse at the sport’s next big race.
The league, which will hold its first-ever “NASCAR Fan Appreciation Day” Sunday, wants fans to set aside a certain amount of time to see the sport on television and online.
Here’s what you need to know.
NASCAR fans can’t wait to see their first race date The official NASCAR Fan App has a countdown clock on its home page that will tell you when your favorite drivers are set to race on television.
But fans can only get an update from NASCAR on Sunday’s race date if they’re logged into their accounts.
That’s because it’s not an official time-slot.
NASCAR has set an official date, but the league says fans should be ready to get a “snap shot” of the sport as soon as possible.
“If you haven’t signed up to participate in this week’s Fan App event, it is now your turn to get your first glimpse of NASCAR on television,” the league said in a news release.
NASCAR says it will have more fans participating in the Fan App than ever The league says it expects to have more than 3.3 million people registered on the app in 2017, up from 1.6 million in 2016.
But that doesn’t mean that fans won’t get to see racing on television as they wait.
The racing app will let fans watch up to three races per day, and will provide live feeds of each race on social media platforms, the league told The Post.
You can watch the first race online Now that NASCAR has a date for the Fan Fan App’s “First Day,” fans can check their calendars for a time when they can expect to see one of the company’s top drivers racing in a NASCAR race.
You’ll be able to stream those races online on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.
NASCAR is offering free tickets to the Fan Fest and Fan App events to fans who register at the FanApp.com website.
It’s worth noting that fans who don’t register for Fan Fest will still have access to the events on Fan App.com, which can be used to watch the races, but there won’t be any access to those events on the Fan app itself.
You won’t need to download the app to watch those events, though, which is a bonus.
NASCAR won’t give fans a time to sign up for the next Fan App Event You won (or you can skip this section) if you register for the new Fan App Events before May 15, 2017.
The Fan App doesn’t let fans create an account for Fan App, which means they can sign up but won’t receive an email or notification about a race.
You’re getting an extra chance to watch some races if you’re a fan of the TV network NBCSN or CBS Sports Network The official Fan App only has live feeds for NBCSN and CBS Sports.
If you’re an NBCSN viewer, you’ll be getting the network’s live feed for every NASCAR race on TV from Sunday.
But if you’ve been a fan on CBSSports.com or are a CBSSports subscriber, you can get the networks live feed at no additional cost.
NBCSN’s live feeds will start at 11:30 a.m.
ET and continue until 11:59 p.m., while CBSSports’ live feeds begin at 11 a..m.-12:59 a.M.
You get to watch all NASCAR races on your phone or tablet If you have a smartphone or tablet running a version of Android or iOS, you’re getting a chance to stream the full NASCAR schedule, including every race and all of the events that run on television that day.
NASCAR also offers an Android app for fans to watch games on their phones.
The app allows you to schedule races and follow your favorite driver.
You have access for two days at a time You don’t have to have a separate account to watch NASCAR on the App.
You only have to sign in to the app once to watch races, and you can stream those broadcasts at any time.
The official App doesn (and should) offer a second day to watch racing if you don’t want to have to log in to your account each day.
NASCAR isn’t giving away any race tickets You can’t get a ticket to a race just because you signed up for an account on the official FanApp, the NFL says.
The App has all races available for free, including those in which the official driver is running, according to the league.
You just need to sign into your account.
But you can sign in with a different username or password than the one you used for the official account.
The NFL says fans who already have an account can still access the race from their mobile device.
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