NASCAR Coke Zero Live Coverage: Rain delays the event?

At Daytona International Speeday, the best drivers in NASCAR continue to battle for the Coke Zero 2014 XFinity Series. Because of the forecasts of rain, the event is currently on hold and it is expected to start at 10:30 PM ET.

In tonight’s Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400, Dale Earnhardt Jr will start from the pole, having claimed the top spot by virtue of Friday’s practice speeds. Drivers must be able to complet 81 of the 160 lap scheduled distance for the race to be called official on Sunday night.

Kyle Busch is back to Daytona, the track where he was injured in February, as he and the rest of the field try to secure their spots in the Chase.

Points leader Kevin Harvick has two wins and eight second-place finishes in 2015. He won the Coke Zero 400 in 2010 and he is expected to be on control of this race at some points. Jimmie Johnson, who won the race in 2013 (he also won the Daytona 500 that same year), is fourth in points in 2015 and has four wins. On Sunday, Harvick will start 34th and Johnson 12th, with Dale Earnhardt Jr. starting on the pole.

NASCAR COKE ZERO live stream online is available on NBA Sports Live Extra. Radio coverage is on Motor Racing Network and Sirius XM channel 90.

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