Who will finally replace Jimmie Johnson as the NASCAR Sprint Cup champion for the 2011 season? Today it’s down to Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart and that makes today’s race at Homestead-Miami Speedway so compelling. In fact, some are calling it NASCAR’s version of the Super Bowl or an extra-inning seventh game of the World Series. No matter how you look at it, today’s Ford 400 is clearly the pinnacle event of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season.
ESPN has everything you’ll need to watch the race today. Together with the pre-race coverage and the actual broadcast, you can catch the entire event there. Check below for full race info:
Where: Homestead-Miami Speedway
Race Time: 2pm CT
TV Coverage: ESPN (NASCAR Countdown starts at 1pm CT)
Weather: Sunny, 79 degrees
Pole Position: Carl Edwards
Radio: SiriusXM NASCAR Radio
Make sure to check out SB Nation’s NASCAR coverage over at their official NASCAR page throughout today and after the Ford 400 for complete coverage of the winners, losers and the festivities surrounding the event.