Wednesday, March 22, 2023

IndyCar, Indy Lights TV and Streaming Schedule: GMR Grand Prix

The 2021 IndyCar Series field barrel into turn one at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The 2022 month of May is ready to kick off with action this weekend on the Indy Road Course. Image courtesy of James Black / Penske Entertainment

After a week off for North America’s premier open-wheel racing competition, the stars of the NTT IndyCar Series do battle in the sport’s backyard. The month of May is ready to start and it gears up with the eighth edition of the GMR Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course on Saturday.

The fifth round of the 2022 season rolls in with now two teams earning victories: Arrow McLaren SP and Team Penske. Pato O’Ward won at Barber Motorsports Park, while it was an up and down day for Josef Newgarden, finishing 14th.

Defending series champion Alex Palou now leads the overall standings by three points over Scott McLaughlin, with Newgarden tucked down to third. Rinus VeeKay, coming off his first podium of the season, scored his only victory to date at this event last year.

Indy Lights enter its third event on the season, Linus Lundqvist grabbed the checkered flag at Barber in a thrilling battle with Benjamin Peterson. Lundqvist is championship leader, nine points on Peterson with Matt Brabham 12 points back.

Here is the full lineup of what and when to watch throughout the weekend (May 13 – 14):

DateTimeEventTV / Streaming
Fri May 139:30 AMIndyCar Practice 1Streaming: Peacock
10:45 AMIndy Lights PracticeStreaming: IndyCar LIVE!
12:45 PMIndyCar Practice 2Streaming: Peacock
2:00 PMIndy Lights QualifyingStreaming: IndyCar LIVE!
4:00 PMIndyCar QualifyingStreaming: Peacock
5:30 PMIndy Lights Race 1Streaming: Peacock / IndyCar LIVE!
Sat May 1410:30 AMIndyCar WarmupStreaming: Peacock
1:15 PMIndy Lights Race 2Streaming: Peacock / IndyCar LIVE!
3:00 PMIndyCar RaceTV: NBC
Streaming: Peacock
Matt Narváez
Matt Narváez
Matthew is a NASCAR contributor apart of the team. A fan of racing since 2011, he has had passion for sports journalism since 2015 and is a current Mass Communications student at the University of South Florida.

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