Within the second Duel, Matt Kenseth looks like the class of the field. Kenseth has already been to Victory Lane during the Sprint Unlimited and will clinch a primary spot for Sunday with another win on Thursday night. Mobile users can watch the sport on the Fox Sports GO app, which is liberal to download for your Apple device, your Android or Google device, your Amazon device, and your Windows device. As is the case with the desktop live stream, you’ll want a cable log-in and password to access the stream on the app.
There could be a loaded field of elite drivers in each Duels, however the first event truly has it all. Want championship-caliber competition? Jeff Gordon, Brad Keselowski and reigning champion Kevin Harvick can offer that. How about young talent? Joey Logano, Austin Dillon and Kyle Larson offer lots of young guns to root for. However, one dominant driver on can eventually take over down the stretch. Carl Edwards, who made the switch to Joe Gibbs Racing this offseason, has already created it evident that he won’t miss a step. Prior to the season starting off, Keselowski offered his take on the most recent JGR driver.
Speedweeks is sort of coming to a shut, with simply two races left before the Daytona 500. Those 2 events, known as the Budweiser Duels, will ultimately decide where every driver outside of the front row will start the race. If the early sessions of Speedweeks are any indication, the Budweiser Shootout promises to be an intense showcase for NASCAR’s top drivers. It’s also an occurrence where drivers who aren’t guaranteed spots will force their way into the sphere.