Watch NASCAR at Las Vegas: Odds, start time, TV schedule, live stream, standings

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads out west to Las Vegas on Sunday for the Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube, the third race of the 2018 season. Austin Dillon and Kevin Harvick have already clinched their playoff spots, but who’s going to hit it big in Vegas?

One driver with high hopes of clinching a spot Sunday is 2017 Cup champ and defending track winner Martin Truex Jr. Not only did Truex win the race last year, but he swept all three stages as well. He’s the only driver ever to do it, and a repeat performance would help build on his current position of seventh in the standings.

“No question we had some special moments in Las Vegas last year,” Truex said, via a NASCAR press release. “The victory was a confidence booster to our team. It not only took the pressure off for making the playoffs, but it also showed that we had some strength at the mile-and-a-half tracks.”

Another champion looking to bolster his playoff hopes on Sunday is seven-time title winner Jimmie Johnson. The No. 48 driver is the last to win consecutive races at Las Vegas, taking the checkered flag three straight times from 2005 to 2007. He also won the race in 2010. However, 2018 has not been a hot start for Johnson, who has been plagued by crashes to start the season. Johnson enters the race 35th in the standings.

It wouldn’t be a Las Vegas trip without talking about the hometown drivers either. Kyle and Kurt Busch always show up to compete at the 1.5-mile track. Both own a pair of pole positions, and Kyle has two top-five finishes in his last four starts. As for Kurt, his best finish in the race is third and he has only had two top-10s in his last 11 races there.

This season is all about the next generation of NASCAR and one of those next-gen drivers to look out for on Sunday is Cole Custer. The 20-year-old will be making his Cup Series debut for Rick Ware Racing, driving the No. 51 Ford Fusion that Justin Marks earned 12th-place in at Daytona. Custer won the 2017 Xfinity Series closer at Homestead-Miami Speedway last season and has won twice in the Truck Series.

“This is a dream come true,” Custer said of his Monster Energy Series opportunity, via a NASCAR press release. “It’s going to be a new experience for me, but I feel that we can have a productive day by completing all the laps and seeing the checkered flag.”

How to watch the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube

Location: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Date: Sunday, March 4
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Length: 267 laps/400.5 miles
Stage 1: Ends on lap 80
Stage 2: Ends on lap 160
Final stage: Scheduled for lap 267
TV: Fox
Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

How to watch the NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300

Location: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Date: Saturday, March 3
Time: 4 p.m. ET
Length: 200 laps/300 miles
Stage 1: Ends on lap 45
Stage 2: Ends on lap 90
Final stage: Scheduled for lap 200
Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

How to watch the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Stratosphere 200

Location: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Date: Friday, March 2
Time: 9 p.m. ET
Length: 134 laps/201 miles
Stage 1: Ends on lap 30
Stage 2: Ends on lap 60
Final stage: Scheduled for lap 134
Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)




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