There are some interesting facts regarding the 2016 NASCAR season. Now with the commencing Daytona 500 which is held on February, 2016, there are some stories to be shared both from the NASCAR and the racers. The defending champ Kyle Busch has won the championship. Now the question is, will he become a strong contender for the other marvelous racers this year? Will Matt Kenseth manage his way to get to the peak? Or perhaps Joey Logano will take the position?
Can Dale Earnhardt Jr. make some changes and finish at the satisfying position to enhance his career. Or perhaps you tend to root for Tony Stewart to become a strong contender again in the last season of his racing career?
Nobody knows the result yet, and we can’t promise any accurate prediction, but we can witness it together on February. The happenings will all start with the most anticipated racing in the Daytona Calendar, 58th Daytona 500. This is the NASCAR’s Super Bowl which is too great to be missed.
Many folks are expecting that Logano can win Daytona 500 again. Some of them are pretty optimistic about it. Earnhardt is also not out of the hope. He has the potent to win it for the second time. And do you expect Danica Patrick to be outstanding again in the upcoming race?
The 58th Daytona 500 will happen on Sunday, February 21st at Daytona International Speedway. Scheduled for 1 PM ET, it is definitely a bright day to witness the marvelous racing of the year. The Driver introductions and the opening ceremony will happen around 12 PM.
If you are not up to Daytona 500, you can watch it live from Fox. It carries the right to hold first half of the NASCAR season. However, you can also look at other shows of Speedweeks events from Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2.
The qualification round is set to happen on Sunday, February 14, 2016. The front row will be determined through the single lap runs. Once the committee gets the front row racers, the rest of the field qualification will happen on February 18. Looking at the tight schedule, the time gap is quite narrow between the 2nd qualification and the main event. But it is Daytona 500, and it should be it. The duel qualifying races will happen at 7 PM ET and the second is set at 8:30 PM. Both qualification rounds will happen on Fox Sports