The 2014 NASCAR FedEx 400 live stream and TV coverage is set to take place Sunday, at 1 p.m. ET from the Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware. The NASCAR schedule has officially hit the first quarter mark as the calendar flips to June, and on the heels of last week's Coca-Cola 600 things are getting ready to heat up as summer officially sets in. This week's FedEx 400 live streaming action may cause another shake up in the Sprint Cup top 10 standings.
According to an SB Nation report on June 1, Jimmie Johnson earned his first win of the 2014 season last weekend and climbed up a few spots in the overall Sprint Cup standings. Johnson will try to make it two in row this afternoon in Delaware, and if past history comes into play he may be a shoe-in for victory lane! Johnson has captured the checkered flag in Dover four times in the past five years which is pretty incredible. Now it seems Johnson and his crew are on the right track.
"We feel like wins have gotten away from us this year that we weren't happy about and we also feel that there are tracks that we went to where we just had poor performances," Johnson said. "So, the win is great, but we kind of hold ourselves to that standard and we're coming to one of our best tracks and the expectations are very high for this weekend."
Las Vegas sports books and odds makers have Johnson listed at 9/2 to capture another win in Dover, but the competition will be tough. The top five favorites to win the 2014 FedEx400 are Johnson at 9/2, Kevin Harvick (5/1), Kyle Busch (7/1) Matt Kenseth (8/1) and Michigan native Brad Keselowski is listed at 8/1.
Keselowski captured the pole position for Sunday's FedEx 400 and so far he has been a beast in post position qualifying in 2014. The win in Dover will give Keselowski his eighth front-row start of the season – and today is just the 13th race in the schedule. Keselowski also set a new track record at Dover Speedway by averaging a speed of 164.44 mph.
This year's FedEx 400 looks like it may be one of the best in recent history. NASCAR fans can catch all of the FedEx 400 starting at 1 p.m. ET live on FOX nationally and streaming live online through FOX Sports Go.
Here is a look at the odds to win the 2014 FedEx 400. The results for today's race will be posted in the comments section below. Who is your pick to win?