NASCAR fans have a good reason to be excited this month.
In this month alone there will be two NASCAR Cup Series races that users will be able to stream live in 4K.
The first race is set to be on Sunday, April 16, on FS1 for the league’s Martinsville race. The second 4K race will be on Sunday, April 23 on FOX.
In order to stream these races in 4K on the Apple TV 4K, you will have to do either of the following.
The first option is if you have live TV streaming services like YouTube TV or fuboTV, you can stream the races directly from the services via the FOX/FS1 4K channels embedded in the services.
However, the next option, and the option that will be more available to most users, is the FOX Sports app. You will have to sign in with your TV provider credentials, but once you do, as long as you have FOX or FS1 on your TV plan, you can stream the race from the app and in 4K.
This will be an option for those who either don’t have the 4K TV add-on within YouTube TV and others that have live TV streaming services like Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, Vidgo, DirecTV Stream, and traditional cable and satellite TV.
How do you plan on streaming these upcoming NASCAR races with this new information? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.
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