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How to watch the Bucked Up 200 Truck Series race on TV, via live stream

We go over how you can watch the Bucked Up 200 of the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at the Las Vegas Speedway.

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Kyle Busch, driver of the #51 Cessna Toyota, does a burnout after winning the the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Strat 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on February 21, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images

The NASCAR Truck Series returns to action this weekend following a one-week hiatus. The Bucked Up 200 kicks off NASCAR’s trip to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The green flag is scheduled to drop at 9 p.m. ET and the race will air on FS1.

Kyle Busch is making his 2020 Truck Series debut, and has won the Truck Series Las Vegas race each of the past three years. The dominant truck driver is a sizable favorite to win the race a fourth straight year. DraftKings Sportsbook has installed him at -125 to win and -455 to finish in the top three. Sheldon Creed is next in the odds at +550 to win and +185 to finish in the top three.

Creed is in the front row to open this race, joining pole-sitter Ben Rhodes. John H. Nemechek and Matt Crafton are on the second row. B.J. McLeod and Parker Kligerman are in the final row. Busch is in position 29 on the 14th row.

Rhodes has won each of the first two races this season and sits as the points-leader heading into March. He has 100 points and is followed by Nemechek (91), Creed (87), Chandler Smith (70), and Crafton (63).

How to watch the Bucked Up 200

Date: Friday, March 5th
Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
TV channel: FS1
Live stream: FOX Live

Live streaming the Bucked Up 200 on FOX will require a cable login. If you don’t have a cable login to access the Fox Sports Go app, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream it.

Starting lineup

2021 Bucked Up 200 starting lineup

Rank Driver Nbr Car
Rank Driver Nbr Car
1 Ben Rhodes 99 Toyota
2 Sheldon Creed 2 Chevrolet
3 John Hunter Nemechek 4 Toyota
4 Matt Crafton 88 Toyota
5 Christian Eckes 98 Toyota
6 Todd Gilliland 38 Ford
7 Chandler Smith 18 Toyota
8 Derek Kraus 19 Toyota
9 Stewart Friesen 52 Toyota
10 Carson Hocevar 42 Chevrolet
11 Johnny Sauter 13 Toyota
12 Austin Wayne Self 22 Chevrolet
13 Raphael Lessard 24 Chevrolet
14 David Gilliland 17 Ford
15 Kris Wright 2 Chevrolet
16 Tyler Ankrum 26 Chevrolet
17 Brett Moffitt 45 Chevrolet
18 Grant Enfinger 9 Chevrolet
19 Timothy Peters 25 Chevrolet
20 Tate Fogleman 12 Chevrolet
21 Chase Purdy 23 Chevrolet
22 Tanner Gray 15 Ford
23 Dawson Cram 41 Chevrolet
24 Ryan Truex 40 Chevrolet
25 Tyler Hill 56 Chevrolet
26 Danny Bohn 30 Toyota
27 Cory Roper 4 Ford
28 Jordan Anderson 3 Chevrolet
29 Kyle Busch 51 Toyota
30 Hailie Deegan 1 Ford
31 Austin Hill 16 Toyota
32 Zane Smith 21 Chevrolet
33 Spencer Boyd 20 Chevrolet
34 Jennifer Jo Cobb 10 Chevrolet
35 Norm Benning 6 Chevrolet
36 Conor Daly 44 Chevrolet
37 Jesse Iwuji 33 Chevrolet
38 Bret Holmes 32 Chevrolet
39 B.J. McLeod 34 Toyota
40 Parker Kligerman 75 Chevrolet