When the Indycar 2021 season kicks off on April 18, you’ll be able to watch some of the action through Premium peacock. NBCUniversal today announced that it will live stream coverage of the qualifying and practice sessions leading up to the Indianapolis 500, as well as Indy Lights races, warm-ups and reruns of the Indycar races via the service. If you want to watch each event live, each of them will be broadcast via NBC and NBC Sports Network.
With today’s announcement, NBC is effectively simplifying the way you can broadcast Indycar races. You don’t need to pay for an autonomous passage NBC Sports Gold that you must renew each season. It also means you can save money in the process, as a Peacock Premium subscription costs $ 5 per month and comes with content other than Indycar racing.