For the first time, NASCAR fans can watch the race via virtual reality


For the first time ever, NASCAR fans all over the world will have access to live, 360-degree views of pre-race events at Homestead-Miami Speedway before the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship finale.

Fans will need to go to, or use the NASCAR mobile app to get up close and personal. The live feed is thanks to Ultracast, and can be seen on a smart phone, laptop or VR headset.

Tim Clark, managing director of NASCAR digital media, had this to say according to

"For years, NASCAR has prided itself on providing fans with unprecedented access to the sport and its drivers, especially on race days. With live, 360-degree video, fans everywhere can feel what it's like to attend the driver's meeting and experience the garage before the green flag waves at Homestead-Miami Speedway."

The final race of the 2017 season playoffs will be November 19th at Homestead-Miami. There we will see either Martin Truex Jr, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick or Brad Keselowski crowned the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Champion.