If you were in the United States, you probably experienced live coverage of 58th Daytona 500 on TV with Fox, or on the radio via MRN or SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
But if you have the means or live outside of the U.S, you can get your NASCAR coverage in different languages. Luckily, we have YouTube.
The end of the 2016 Daytona 500, with the closest finish in race history since the advent of electronic monitoring and scoring, was exciting in any language.
French broadcast – Pat Angeli and Philippe Chéreau for AB Moteurs
Spanish Broadcast – Tony Rivera and Luis Rodriguez for FOX Deportes.
Finally, here’s what the end of the race looked like to those watching in the brand new grandstands at Daytona.