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IndyCar Detroit start times: The NTT IndyCar Series bids farewell to Belle Isle Raceway, which has hosted races for the past 30 years, this weekend.

Next year, IndyCar will move to downtown D-Town across the Detroit River on a new street course that will provide spectating opportunities for fans and probably fewer encounters with the stray wildlife on Belle Isle.

Michael Andretti won pole position for the inaugural Belle Isle race, which Bobby Rahal won on June 7, 1992.

Last year, Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson scored his first career win in Detroit a day before Pato O’Ward’s win at the last IndyCar doubles weekend at Belle Isle.

Sunday also marks the final post-race dip in the James Scott Memorial Fountain, a winning tradition that began with Ryan Hunter-Reay in 2018.

Here are the details and IndyCar start times for the Detroit Grand Prix at Belle Isle Raceway (all times are ET):


TV: Sunday, 3 p.m. ET on USA Network and streaming on Peacock, the NBC Sports App and Leigh Diffey is the announcer with analysts Townsend Bell and James Hinchcliffe. Marty Snider, Kevin Lee and Dave Burns are the pit reporters. Click here for NBC Sports’ full schedule for IndyCar in 2022.

Peacock will also be the streaming coverage for both practice and qualifying.


GREEN FLAG: 3:45 p.m. ET

POSTRACE SHOW ON PEACOCK: After the race is over, an exclusive post-race show will be broadcast on Peacock featuring driver interviews, post-race analysis and the podium presentation. To watch the extended post-race show, click on the special stream on Peacock after Sunday’s race ends.

Peacock will also be the streaming broadcast for practice and qualifying. The race will also be streamed on Peacock (in addition to the NBC Sports App/ and NBC Show streams).

WORK OUT: Friday, 3:30 p.m. (Peacock Premium); Saturday, 8:30 a.m. (Peacock Premium); Sunday, 10:15 am (Peacock Premium)

QUALIFICATION: Saturday, 12:35 p.m. (Peacock Premium)

RACETRACK: The race is 70 laps (164.5 miles) around a 2.35 mile, 14 turn street course in Detroit.

TIRE BREAKDOWN: Six sets primary, four sets alternating, one additional set for beginners to use in the first workout. Teams must use a new set of primary and spare tires in the race. Teams must use a new set of primary and spare tires in the race.

PRESS TO PASS: 150 seconds total time with a maximum time of 15 seconds per activation. The push-to-pass is not available on the first start or restart unless it occurs in the final two laps or three minutes of a time trial. The function increases the power of the engine by about 60 hp.

FORECAST: According to it is expected to be 71 degrees with a 15% chance of rain at the green flag.

INCOMING LIST: Click here to see the 26 drivers lined up in Detroit on Sunday. Santino Ferrucci replaces injured Callum Ilott in the #77 Dallara-Chevrolet of Juncos-Hollinger Racing.

INDY LIGHTS RACE: Saturday, 11:30 am, 25 laps/45 minutes (Peacock Premium); Sunday, 12:10 p.m., 30 laps/55 minutes (Peacock Premium)

INDY LIGHTS ENTRY LIST: Click here for the 13 registered drivers


(All times are Easter)

Here is an overview of the IMSA Chevrolet classic sports car (all times ET):

Friday June 3rd

7:30 a.m.: gates open

8:00 am: Practice of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship

10:30 am: Masters Endurance Legends USA practice

12:05 p.m.: Practice of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship

2:25 p.m.: Practice of the Indy Lights series

3:30 p.m.: NTT IndyCar Series Training (Peacock Premium)

4:45 p.m.: Masters Endurance Legends USA Qualification

17:30: IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Qualifying

5:55 p.m.: IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Qualifying

Saturday June 4th

7:30 a.m.: gates open

7:45 o clock: Indy Lights Qualifier, Race 1

8:30 am: NTT IndyCar Series Training (Peacock Premium)

9:50 am: IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship warm-up

10:25 am: Masters Endurance Legends, Race 1

11:30 am: Indy Lights Race 1 (Peacock Premium)

12:35 p.m.: NTT IndyCar Series Qualification (Peacock Premium)

3:10 p.m.: Green Flag for IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Chevrolet Sports Car Classic (100 minutes, TV: USA Network)

Sunday June 5th

7:30 a.m.: gates open

10:15 am: NTT IndyCar Series Warm Up (Peacock Premium)

11 clock: Masters Endurance Legends, Race 2

12:10 p.m: Indy Lights Race 2 (Peacock Premium)

3:38 p.m.: Command to start engines for the Detroit Grand Prix

3:45 p.m.: Green flag for Detroit Grand Prix (70 laps/164.5 miles, USA Network, Peacock Premium)


ROUND 1: Scott McLaughlin opens the season with a landmark victory in St. Petersburg

ROUND 2: Josef Newgarden pinches McLaughlin in the final corner for Penske’s 1-2 finish in Texas

ROUND 3: Josef Newgarden keeps Penske unbeaten in 2022 with first win in Long Beach

ROUND 4: Pato O’Ward’s skillful pass seals Barber’s victory

ROUND 5: Colton Herta tames the rain in the GMR Grand Prix

ROUND 6: Marcus Ericsson wins Indy 500 in two-round shootout

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