Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama live stream, IndyCar 2017: Live scoring for Sunday’s Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, TV, live streaming, updates, CLEVELAND, Ohio — Will Power is on the pole for IndyCar’s third straight road race, the Indy Grand Prix of Alabama today at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama.
The 3 p.m. race is on NBCSN and will be live streamed on NBC Sports Live. You can follow IndyCar Race Control for live scoring and updates.
Chevrolet powered cars have been dominant the past two season, but Honda has won the first two races of the season, both road courses. Honda won no road races in 2016.
Power, however, is in a Chevrolet, along with the two cars behind him, both Roger Penske teammates.
Sebastian Bourdais leads the series after podium finishes in the first two races, driving for Dale Coyne. He won at St. Petersburg, Fla. and finished behind James Hinchcliffe in Long Beach, Calif.
The Verizon IndyCar Series arrives at Barber Motorsports Park on Sunday for the 2017 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, and there’s a lot to look forward to in the third race if you’re an open-wheel enthusiast.
Team Penske’s Will Power won yet another pole position in Saturday qualifying, but almost more important is that he brought two of his teammates with him. Long Beach pole sitter Helio Castroneves starts second at Barber, while defending series champion Simon Pagenaud has his best qualifying position of 2017 in third. Pagenaud is just three points behind James Hinchcliffe in the current championship battle, so even an average day for him could really screw up the present title picture.