Sunday’s race will air on TV via FOX. Fans without cable can also stream race via fuboTV, which has a free trial. Toyota Owners 400: Live stream, start time, TV, how to watch NASCAR race

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In 2018 Kyle Busch won the race with a time of 3:08:01. Martin Truex Jr. took the checkered flag in the 2019 race with a time of 3:00:16. The race was moved in 2020 due to the pandemic but returned in 2021. Alex Bowman is the reigning champion and he finished the race in 3:06:57.

How to watch the 2022 Toyota Owners 400

Start time: Sunday’s race will start at 3:30 p.m. EST at Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Virginia.

Martin Truex Jr. left Richmond Raceway a winner in his last visit to the Virginia short track, a playofff victory last September that helped him get into NASCAR’s championship round and showed the veteran has plenty left in his tank.

He returns to Richmond six months later with his NASCAR future unclear. The 41-year-old Truex is in the final year of his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing and hasn’t decided how long he wants to continue his career.

There is no wait-and-see going on with Truex, who in his 17th full Cup Series season is grappling with NASCAR’s new Next Gen car. Truex just simply isn’t a planner — an annoying trait for his friends and family — and is simply delaying thinking about his future in racing.

Truex’s seventh-place finish on the road course at Circuit of the Americas in Texas last Sunday was his best so far of the season. At Richmond, he has won three of the last five Cup races and has not finished lower than fifth during that streak.

He has not studied any numbers, nor will he set any benchmarks he must hit to continue his Cup career.

“I try not to overthink stuff. I just do my thing and roll with the punches,” Truex told AP. “I’ve had a lot of ups and downs in my career, I understand the sport, you just take it as it comes and enjoy the good days.”

Truex knows he can’t live in blissful ignorance for much longer; Joe Gibbs is eventually going to need to know what Truex is thinking about his future.

“Pretty soon because I’m pretty sure I’m going to start getting pressure from the team,” Truex said. “They have to plan. So there always comes a deadline. I don’t know when that is, but I’ll have to have this conversation I’m sure pretty soon.

ODDS AND ENDS

Chase Elliott, the lone Hendrick driver without a win so far this season, is the FanDuel Sportsbook favorite…. Ross Chastain last week at COTA became the third first-time winner this season, joining Austin Cindric and Chase Briscoe. It marked the first time since 2001 that three first-time winners have opened the Cup Series season with victories through the first six weeks. A new winner Sunday at Richmond would be a NASCAR record through seven races. …. Richmond has crowned five first-time winners in the Cup Series, most recently Kasey Kahne in 2005.

NASCAR is short-track racing this weekend with a visit to one of its oldest and best-known tracks.

The Toyota Owners 400 will take place Sunday at Richmond Raceway. The race is scheduled for a mid-afternoon start.

Ryan Blaney is on the pole for the second week in a row and the third time in seven races this season. He will be looking to greatly improve upon his career-best finish (10th in 2021) on the 0.75-mile track.

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