Indy 500 will be watched and streamed by fans around the globe
Fernando Alonso, F1 driver for struggling McLaren-Honda, has boosted the worldwide appeal of the event this year by ditching the Monaco Grand Prix.
Instead, the Spaniard will race in a McLaren-entered, Honda-powered Andretti Autosport car, painted the orange which Bruce McLaren made famous in the 1960s.
While he is the only current F1 driver in the field, Juan Pablo Montoya, Alex Rossi, Max Chilton and Takuma Sato all have Formula One experience.
And if you want to see how they all get on in Sunday’s Indy 500, here’s how to watch it.
Indy 500 qualifying results: Fernando Alonso fifth in Fast Nine shootout Mon, May 22, 2017
Express Sport runs through the Indy 500 Fast Nine qualifying results ahead of Sunday's race
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Express Sport runs through the top nine from Indy 500 qualifying
How can I watch Indy 500 live on TV in the UK?
With so much interest in the Indy 500 in Europe because of Alonso’s involvement, BT Sport will be showing the race live in the UK.
BT Sport subscribers can watch highlights of qualifying, which will start on BT Sport ESPN (Sky channel 458, 426 HD) at 3.30pm.
Live coverage of the race from Indianapolis will then start at 4.30pm with the race expected to get underway around 5.20pm once all of the pre-race pomp and ceremony has been dispensed with.
Fernando Alonso will race in Indy 500 for the very first time
How can I stream Indy 500 live online in the UK?
You will also be able to watch the race live online through mobile, tablet or desktop.
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Having logged in, BT Sport subscribers simply need to select BT Sport ESPN from the TV guide to access coverage.
How can I watch Indy 500 live on TV in the US?
ABC have the rights to show the race in the US with coverage starting at 8am Pacific Time (11am Eastern Standard Time; 4pm British Summer Time).
The channel is available either on Comcast 702/2 or DirecTV 2.