Indianapolis 500 2020: schedule, TV and where to watch live online

We tell you the date, time, where to watch live on television and how to follow the Indy 500 live online, Alonso's third attempt at the Triple Crown.

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On Wednesday, August 12, the track activity begins for the 2020 edition of the Indianapolis 500. This year, like so many other events, the global COVID-19 crisis has changed the dates of the mythical American race traditionally held in May. The appointment had to be moved until the end of August and last week, the organization announced that it would be held without an audience in the stands, although it was initially planned that the Indianapolis Motor Speedway would occupy 25% of its capacity.

This unusual edition will be that of Fernando Alonso's third participation. The Asturian will look again for the missing leg for the long-awaited Triple Crown formed by the Monaco F1 GP, the 24 Hours of Le Mans of the World Endurance Championship and the Indianapolis 500 of the Indycar. In addition to Alonso, who competes with the Arrow McLaren SP team, there will be another Spaniard on the track: Álex Palou, with Dale Coyne Racing.

Hours: What time is the Indianapolis 500?

Wednesday, August 12

Free training without novices: 17: 00- 19: 00

Rookies test: 19:00 - 21: 00

Free training sessions: 21:00 - 23: 30

Thursday 13 Aug

Free training sessions: 17:00 - 23: 30

Friday August 14

Free training sessions: 17:00 - 23: 30

Saturday August 15

Free training sessions (group 1): 14:30 - 15: 00

Free training sessions (group 2): 15:00 - 15: 30

General classification: 17:00 - 22: 50

Sunday August 16

Fast Nine free workouts: 17:00 - 17: 30

Fast Nine Ranking: 19:15 - 20: 00

Free training sessions: 21:30 - 00: 00

Friday August 21 (Carb day)

Free training sessions: 17:00 - 19: 00

Sunday 23 Aug

Indianapolis 500 Race: 20: 30

Where to watch the Indianapolis 500 on television?

Like last year, Movistar has the rights to the Indianapolis 500 in which Alonso will look for the coveted Triple Crown for the third time. The platform has not yet specified on which channels it will broadcast each session of the American event.



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