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How to watch the WISE Power 200 Truck race on TV and via live stream

We go over how you can watch the WISE Power 200 of the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at the Kansas Speedway.

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Kyle Busch, driver of the #51 Cessna Toyota, leads the field during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway on April 17, 2021 in Richmond, Virginia. Photo by Brian Lawdermilk/Getty Images

NASCAR’s Truck Series comes to you live from the Kansas Speedway on Saturday May 1. The WISE Power 200 gets underway at 7:30 p.m. ET and will air on FS1. The race will be available via live stream at FOX Live and on the FOX Sports GO app.

Kyle Busch will be the driver to watch in this race, as he always in when he decides to get behind the wheel in a truck race. Busch has appeared in three truck races this season and has finished second twice and first once in that span. Last year, he won three races, finished second once, and finished 21st in another. The year prior in 2019, he won all five truck races he entered.

Busch is installed at -110 to win Saturday’s truck race and -420 to finish in the top three at DraftKings Sportsbook. Although he’s a heavy favorite, this is a two-driver race, according to oddsmakers. John H. Nemechek is installed at +450 to win and +125 to finish in the top three. Things widen considerably from there. Austin Hill, one of three truck race winners at Kansas Speedway last year is installed at +1000 to win, followed by Sheldon Creed (+1300), Zane Smith (+1600), and Chase Briscoe, Matt Crafton, and Ben Rhodes (all at +1800).

Nemechek claimed the pole for this race through the performance-metric formula. Busch joins him on the front row, followed by Ben Rhodes and Johnny Sauter on the second row, and Chandler Smith and Todd Gilliland on the third row.

How to watch the WISE Power 200

Date: Saturday, May 1st
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
TV channel: FS1
Live stream: FOX Live, FOX Sports GO app

Live streaming the Wise Power 200 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 Wise Power 200 truck race starting lineup

Start pos. Driver Car # Team
Start pos. Driver Car # Team
1 John Hunter Nemechek 4 Toyota
2 Kyle Busch 51 Toyota
3 Ben Rhodes 99 Toyota
4 Johnny Sauter 13 Toyota
5 Chandler Smith 18 Toyota
6 Todd Gilliland 38 Ford
7 Austin Hill 16 Toyota
8 Sheldon Creed 2 Chevrolet
9 Zane Smith 21 Chevrolet
10 Stewart Friesen 52 Toyota
11 Carson Hocevar 42 Chevrolet
12 Matt Crafton 88 Toyota
13 Tyler Ankrum 26 Chevrolet
14 Derek Kraus 19 Toyota
15 Raphael Lessard 24 Chevrolet
16 Austin Wayne Self 22 Chevrolet
17 Christian Eckes 98 Toyota
18 Tanner Gray 15 Ford
19 Spencer Davis 11 Toyota
20 Hailie Deegan 1 Ford
21 Danny Bohn 30 Toyota
22 Timothy Peters 25 Chevrolet
23 Chase Purdy 23 Chevrolet
24 Kris Wright 2 Chevrolet
25 Timmy Hill 56 Chevrolet
26 Brett Moffitt 45 Chevrolet
27 Spencer Boyd 20 Chevrolet
28 Dawson Cram 41 Chevrolet
29 Grant Enfinger 9 Chevrolet
30 Chase Briscoe 4 Ford
31 Ryan Truex 40 Chevrolet
32 Bret Holmes 32 Chevrolet
33 Ryan Reed 49 Chevrolet
34 Ross Chastain 44 Chevrolet
35 Tate Fogleman 12 Chevrolet
36 Jordan Anderson 3 Chevrolet
37 Norm Benning 6 Chevrolet
38 Jesse Iwuji 33 Chevrolet
39 Jennifer Jo Cobb 10 Chevrolet
40 C.J. McLaughlin 34 Toyota