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How to Watch the ‘2020 Busch Clash’ Online – Live Stream NASCAR Races

By Gabriela Vatu / February 9, 2020

The NASCAR season is here, and we're kicking off with the Busch Clash! This NASCAR Cup Series exhibition event is held at Daytona International Speedway in early February, and we can't wait to watch the race online.

The first time the Busch Clash was organized was back in 1979, so it's been quite a long time since then. The format of the race has changed several times over the years, and it now features two segments - a 25 lap start and a 50 lap final segment.

There are no championship points to win here, but there is a large cash purse to aim for. The 2019 winner for the Busch Clash was Jimmie Johnson, who will try to defend his throne this year.

Who Is Racing in the Busch Clash?

Twenty racers qualified for the Busch Clash at Daytona, but not all of them will compete. Daniel Suarez and Daniel Hemric will be absent from the event. Here are the other 18 racers that are going to be present on the track:

When and Where to Watch the Busch Clash?

The Busch Clash at Daytona is scheduled to start off on Sunday, February 9th, at 3 PM ET. The event can be enjoyed on FS1.

How Can I Live Stream the Busch Clash?

We already spend a lot of time online doing things like chatting with our friends, reading the news, and checking out our favorite shows. Therefore, it also perfectly reasonable to watch TV online because it gives us the freedom to be anywhere we need to be while still continuing to watch the content that we love. One of the best ways that you can watch the Busch Clash this year is through Hulu, which has a single bundle of channels. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today!

Besides the main bundle, there are also a couple of channel packs that you can get, as well as several premium networks. FS1 is part of the main bundle, so you don't need to worry about that unless you really need more channels. One of the best parts about subscribing to Hulu's live TV service is that you also get access to the on-demand library they've built over the years. (Note: Hulu is a service that only works in the United States, so if you plan on traveling abroad for any reason, you will need a VPN to access your account. Click here learn how you can use a VPN.)

Here's how you can start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today:

Other Ways to Watch Busch Clash

fuboTV - We also have fuboTV on our list, and this is a really cool service that comes with a single bundle of channels. For the record, fuboTV has dozens of sports-oriented networks for you to enjoy. FS1 is part of the main bundle, so you can easily enjoy that one. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV today! There are also plenty of premium networks that you can add, as well as channel packs.

Sling TV - Sling TV is another service that is quite customizable. There are three bundles to choose from, but FS1 is part of only two of them, namely Blue, and Orange + Blue. Your choice in bundles will influence the number of devices you can watch content on, with Blue subscribers getting access to three simultaneous streams and Orange + Blue subscribers to four of them. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving money on your first month! There are also loads of channel packs that you can try out, as well as premium networks.

How Can I Watch the Busch Clash When Traveling Outside of the United States?

When you travel the world, you still want to be able to enjoy the events you watch back home, such as the Busch Clash. Unfortunately for you, that won't be possible to achieve as easy as it is at home because these companies need to respect the licensing deals they have signed, so they cannot stream content beyond the borders of the United States. Thankfully, the problem can be solved easily with the help of a VPN that will change your IP address in just a few seconds. This will help you trick the site into thinking you are still in the United States, and this will enable you to access the platform without any issues.

If you don't have a VPN, we can recommend trying ExpressVPN, which is a really cool tool, with thousands of servers all over the world and privacy features that will help protect your data.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to watch Busch Clash this year:

Can I Watch the Busch Clash on the Network's Website?

Well, FS1 is a Fox Sports satellite network, so if you're going to watch the show live on their website, then you will need to visit the Fox Sports site and log into an account by using credentials from your TV provider, which can be a live TV service or a cable company. (Note: The live stream for FS1 is only available in the United States, so if you plan on traveling when the race is taking place, then you will need to use a VPN to access it. You can click here to know how you do this.)



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