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Daytona 500 2014 NASCAR live stream start time and TV schedule

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The 2014 NASCAR season will kick off with the Daytona 500, which is arguably one of the biggest races of the season. This exciting NASCAR racing event will air on live TV on Sunday, Feb. 23 and it is available via live stream video on the Internet for those who cannot watch on TV, according to a Feb. 22 Bleacher Report.

Rookie Austin Dillon, 23, managed to capture the pole position at Daytona, so he will start first driving the DOW Chevrolet. He is facing huge pressure to perform well at Daytona. That pressure has caused many veterans to fold, and it will likely be tough for the 23-year-old tomorrow at Daytona International Speedway.

Another person with something to prove on Sunday at Daytona is the 2013 Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson who has won the race twice in the past will attempt to be the third person to win the Daytona 500 from the 32nd spot on the grid. It is an unlikely win, but Jimmie Johnson very well could do it in the Lowe's Chevrolet.

Tune in to Fox affiliates throughout the U.S. tomorrow to watch the Daytona 500 2014 at 1 p.m. EST. If you are unable to catch the beginning to the 2014 NASCAR racing season on TV, check it out via live stream video at Fox Sports Go to watch using your computer, tablet, smart phone, or other mobile device.

This race has plenty of pageantry and tradition, and it is a great way for NASCAR fans to start off the 2014 racing season.



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