How to Watch ‘Supermarket Heroes 500’ Online – Live Stream NASCAR

By Gabriela Vatu / May 31, 2020

The Supermarket Heroes 500 is nearly here, as yet another NASCAR race takes place without an audience as the Coronavirus pandemic rages on.

The race will be held at the Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennesee. There will be 500 laps on the 0.533 miles short track, totaling 429 miles. Currently, the top-ranking driver is Joey Logano, followed by Kevin Harvick, although they both have the same number of points, with Logano grabbing an extra win. Alex Bowman ranks third.

The entry list of the Supermarket heroes 500 can be found below:

Supermarket Heroes 500 Entry List

  1. Quin Houff - StarCom Racing
  2. Kurt Busch - Chip Ganassi Racing
  3. Brad Keselowski - Team Penske
  4. Austin Dillon - Richard Childress Racing
  5. Kevin Harvick - Stewart-Haas Racing
  6. Ryan Newman - Roush Fenway Racing
  7. J. J. Yeley - Tommy Baldwin Racing
  8. Tyler Reddick - Richard Childress Racing
  9. Chase Elliott - Hendrick Motorsports
  10. Aric Almirola - Stewart-Haas Racing
  11. Denny Hamlin - Joe Gibbs Racing
  12. Ryan Blaney - Team Penske
  13. Ty Dillon - Germain Racing
  14. Clint Bowyer - Stewart-Haas Racing
  15. Brennan Poole - Rick Ware Racing
  16. Chris Buescher - Roush Fenway Racing
  17. Kyle Busch - Joe Gibbs Racing
  18. Martin Truex Jr. - Joe Gibbs Racing
  19. Erik Jones - Joe Gibbs Racing
  20. Matt DiBenedetto - Wood Brothers Racing
  21. Joey Logano - Team Penske
  22. William Byron - Hendrick Motorsports
  23. Gray Gaulding - Rick Ware Racing
  24. Corey LaJoie - Go Fas Racing
  25. Michael McDowell - Front Row Motorsports
  26. Ryan Preece - JTG Daugherty Racing
  27. John Hunter Nemechek - Front Row Motorsports
  28. Cole Custer - Stewart-Haas Racing
  29. Matt Kenseth - Chip Ganassi Racing
  30. Bubba Wallace - Richard Petty Motorsports
  31. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - JTG Daugherty Racing
  32. Jimmie Johnson - Hendrick Motorsports
  33. Joey Gase - Petty Ware Racing
  34. Garrett Smithley - Rick Ware Racing
  35. Timmy Hill - MBM Motorsports
  36. Reed Sorenson - Spire Motorsports
  37. B. J. McLeod - B. J. McLeod Motorsports
  38. Alex Bowman - Hendrick Motorsports
  39. Christopher Bell - Leavine Family Racing
  40. Daniel Suárez - Gaunt Brothers Racing

When And Where to Watch Supermarket Heroes 500?

The Supermarket Heroes 500 race is scheduled for May 31st. FS1 will broadcast the event at 3:30 PM ET.

How Can I Live Stream Supermarket Heroes 500?

We are all stuck in our homes and trying to keep up with everything that's happening around us, so watching TV online makes sense. We try to be as comfortable as possible, even when using our beloved devices to enjoy television. Live TV platforms are certainly a great way to do that, as they enable us to watch TV in the best way possible, namely over the internet. With FS1 broadcasting Supermarket Heroes 500, it is ever so easy to enjoy it online, as the channel is included on multiple live TV services. Our favorite one to go for is Hulu, which has almost one hundred networks you can enjoy in the main bundle. Start your free trial on Hulu now!

There are a few channel packs you can get if you want even more content than the main bundle has to offer, as well as several premium networks. A really cool thing about Hulu is that when you subscribe to the Live TV service, they also give you access to everything they have available on Hulu On-Demand. Hulu works on multiple types of devices, including iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and more. (Note: Hulu only works in the United States, so if you're going to travel abroad, you will need a VPN to watch anything. You can click here to get more details on the steps you need to take.)

Here's how you can start your free trial of Hulu:

Other Ways to Watch Supermarket Heroes 500 Online

Sling TV - We also have Sling TV on the list, and this is a really cool platform that has three bundles to start with. FS1 is only part of two of these bundles, namely Blue and Orange + Blue. Your choice in bundles will influence the number of simultaneous streams you can enjoy, with Blue subscribers getting three of them, and Orange + Blue subscribers getting four. There are also loads of channel packs that you can get if you're looking for more content, as well as plenty of premium networks. Watch 3 Days Free on Sling TV Now!

fuboTV - fuboTV is another really cool option because it comes with about one hundred networks organized in a single bundle. You will find FS1 is part of this bundle, so you can enjoy loads of content. If you want more than the main bundle has to offer, fuboTV has loads of channel packs to try out, as well as plenty of premium networks. Start your free trial of fuboTV now!

How Can I Watch Supermarket Heroes 500 When Traveling Outside of the United States?

Watching your favorite NASCAR races from anywhere in the world can be done if you have the right tools. We say this because live TV platforms and pretty much all streaming services in the United States are geo-blocked, so they cannot be accessed freely from abroad. As soon as your IP shows that you are not in the United States, your access will be blocked. The situation can be quite annoying, but they are thankfully quite a few options to overcome this. Our favorite one is to use a VPN to change the IP address so that it looks like it is coming from the United States rather than anywhere else. Our favorite VPN to use is ExpressVPN, which has thousands of servers all over the world and some great privacy features thanks to the encryption protocols it deploys.

Here is how you can use ExpressVPN to watch Supermarket Heroes 500 from anywhere:

Can I Watch Supermarket Heroes 500 Live on the Network's Website?

If you want to watch Supermarket Heroes 500 live on the network’s website, that is entirely possible. You will find that a live stream is available on the Fox Sports website if you want to enjoy it there. To access the Fox Sports live stream, you need to log into an account, which you can do with credentials from your TV provider. The TV provider can be one of the live TV services we've been discussing or a cable company if you haven't cut the cord yet. (Note: The Fox Sports live stream is geo-blocked, so if you want to access it from abroad, you will need a VPN. You can click here to get more details on the steps you need to take.)

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