Sep 1, 2013; Baltimore, MD, USA; IndyCar Series driver Helio Castroneves during the Grand Prix of Baltimore through the streets of Baltimore. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Honda Indy Grand Prix live stream, starting grid, line up, start time, TV info and more


The Honda Indy Grand Prix is taking place Sunday from Alabama. Will Power grabbed the pole for the race, where he as won twice in the past three races, and it looks like it is going to be difficult to unseat him with him starting up front.

“I love this place,” Power said, via AL.com. “It’s an awesome track. Very technical. Got to be fast. Got to be great. Definitely going to be a good race.”

Power knows not to expect an easy race though.

“It’s going to be a tough race,” Power said. “When it goes green, these temperatures are going to be very physical. There will be a lot of traffic and a lot of marbles so we’ll do everything we can to get the win.”

Interested in watching the Grand Prix? Here is all the information you need to watch Sunday’s race.

Date: April 27
Start Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
Location: Birmingham, Alabama
Stadium: Barber Motorsports Park
TV Info: NBC Sports Network
Live StreamNBC Sports Live Extra

VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES – HONDA INDY GRAND PRIX OF ALABAMA
Qualifying Results

1. 12-Will Power
2. 27-James Hinchcliffe
3. 28-Ryan Hunter-Reay
4. 67-Josef Newgarden
5. 9-Scott Dixon
6. 3-Helio Castroneves

ELIMINATED IN ROUND TWO
7. 34-Carlos Munoz (rookie)
8. 2-Juan Pablo Montoya
9. 25-Marco Andretti
10. 77-Simon Pagenaud
11. 7-Mikhail Aleshin (rookie)
12. 11-Sebastien Bourdais (penalized for interference; lost 2 fastest laps)

ELIMINATED IN ROUND ONE
13. 17-Sebastian Saavedra
14. 14-Takuma Sato
15. 18-Carlos Huertas (rookie)
16. 19-Justin Wilson
17. 83-Charlie Kimball
18. 15-Graham Rahal
19. 16-Oriol Servia
20. 8-Ryan Briscoe
21. 20-Mike Conway
22. 98-Jack Hawksworth (rookie)
23. 10-Tony Kanaan

Who do you think will win? Let us know in the comments below.

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