The 2013 IndyCar Series makes its second stop of the season on Sunday, as it heads to the heart of NASCAR country in Birmingham. The Grand Prix of Alabama gets underway on Sunday from the very challenging 2.38 mile road course at Barber Motorsports Park.
NBC Sports Network will have all the action from Sunday at 3 p.m. ET with the radio broadcast on IMS Radio and SiriusXM. Broadband can be found on the IndyCar website, as they also provide a link to the radio broadcast.
This week, the NBC Sports Network will stream the race live. That gives broadband followers of the IndyCar series easy access to this week's event.
The NBC Sports Network team will be on hand at Barber Motorsports Park for all the race action.
Leigh Diffey is the lead broadcaster for the IndyCar Series. He will be joined by the race analyst team of Wally Dallenbach Jr. and Townsend Bell.
Last week in St. Petersburg, as the 2013 IndyCar season got started, the NBC Sports Network broadcast team showed they are able to work together quite well.
For those interested in all things IndyCar, here is the complete rundown of the events taking place this weekend.
At 5 p.m. ET on Saturday on NBC Sports Network, there will be live coverage of the qualifying. You can also catch the action on broadband at the IndyCar website.
After that, on 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, you can catch the Indy Lights 100 on NBC Sports Network live from the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham.
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