NASCAR Sprint Cup race today: Richmond TV channel live stream time

Today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race schedule heads to Richmond (after a day of postponement and rescheduling) for the Toyota Owners 400 as the leaderboard in stock car racing’s senior circuit continues to become more well defined – and one driver continues to put together a dominant season – even with several months remaining in the 2015 campaign and plenty of time for fortunes to shift one way or the other. Today’s race has a late start time and airs on a national TV channel as well as a live stream online option.

Kevin Harvick continues his dominant ways and has a thirty point lead on the rest of the NASCAR Sprint Cup field, with Joey Logano in second place. Martin Truex Jr is sitting in third place, Jimmie Johnson in fourth, and Brad Keselowski in fifth. Dale Earnhardt Jr has risen to sixth place. Danica Patrick is in thirteenth, and other popular drivers have fallen into the bottom of the pack. But all it takes is one win to join the Chase for the Cup, meaning everyone is still in it heading into today’s action.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Richmond 400 race today (Sunday) has a start time schedule of 1:00pm eastern time, 10:00am pacific time, and airs on TV channel FOX. The race is also airing as a live stream online.

NASCAR Richmond race: Xfinity 300, time TV channel live stream

The NASCAR race tonight heads to Richmond for the ToyotaCare 250 on the Xfinity (Nationwide) Series schedule, with the points standings bunching up about as closely as possible and the drivers ready to do battle under the lights in a Friday night springtime auto race. The action has an early start time and airs on a niche TV channel that not everyone will be able to find on the dial, but is also being made available as a live stream online option for those who can’t.

Chris Buescher and Ty Dillon are currently tied atop the NASCAR Xfinity Series leaderboard heading into tonight’s racing action, with last year’s champion Chase Elliott hot on their heels at twelve points back. Darrell Wallace Jr and Ryan Reed round out the top five, as NASCAR’s junior circuit drivers contend not only with each other, but for the opportunity to advance to the Sprint Cup at a later point in their careers even as the audition in front of a national television audience – or at least in front of those who can find the channel it’s on.

Tonight’s Xfinity Series 300 NASCAR race at Richmond has a television start time of 7pm eastern time and a green flag of 7:30pm, and airs on TV channel FS1 (Fox Sports 1). The race is also airing as a live stream online.

Washington Wizards vs Toronto Raptors Game 3 tonight: TV live stream

The Washington Wizards and Toronto Raptors face off tonight for the third consecutive time as they enter Game 3 on their opening round NBA basketball playoff series schedule. The action has been decidedly one sided up to this point, and could be all but finished by the time tonight’s game comes to an end – meaning NBA basketball fans will be watching the makings of a sweep or the start of a major comeback. Tonight’s game has a primetime start time and airs on a niche TV channel as well as a live stream online option.

The Raptors entered this series with home court advantage and were expected to make some noise in the playoffs, but they could be in for a quick exit. The Wizards have won both of the games in Canada, meaning they return home tonight knowing that they can close out the series with two wins in Washington and get some rest before heading into the second round o the postseason. John Wall and Paul Pierce lead the effort for the Wizards. If Toronto is looking to turn things around, it’ll have to begin tonight.

Tonight’s Washington Wizards vs Toronto Raptors NBA basketball playoff series Game 3 has a start time schedule of 8:00pm eastern time and airs on TV channel ESPN2. The game is also being made available as a live stream online.