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CONCORD, N.C. -- Jimmie Johnson will be racing one last time as a full-scheduled driver at his hometown track this weekend, which will bring out the tributes from the race at Fontana, California.

The Southern California event at Auto Club Speedway marks the second leg of the West Coast swing. Here is how you can watch all the at-track action.

WHAT TIME IS PRACTICE?

There are two practices this weekend and both will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1 and MRN Radio.

Friday, Feb. 28:

4:00 p.m. ET: NASCAR Cup Series first practice

5:30 p.m. ET: NASCAR Cup Series final practice

WHAT TIME IS QUALIFYING?

Qualifying at the 2-mile oval will take place on Saturday, Feb. 29, at 2:30 p.m. ET. It will be broadcast on FOX Sports 1 and MRN radio.

WHAT TIME IS THE RACE?

The race is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, March 1. It will be broadcast on FOX.

CAN I LISTEN ON THE RADIO?

The race will be available on MRN as well as SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

CAN I STREAM ONLINE?

Click here to get the FOX Sports GO app for online streaming, and fans can always keep up with the action on Twitter by following @TeamHendrick.

WHAT CHANNEL IS FOX SPORTS 1?

It varies, but this link allows fans to find the channel by entering their zip code and selecting their television provider.

WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW?

At Auto Club Speedway, Hendrick Motorsports has earned 10 NASCAR Cup Series wins (most all-time), five pole positions (tied for most), 11 runner-up finishes (most), 32 top-fives (most), and 51 top-10s (second-most). The team has led a record 2,005 laps and posted a series-leading 14.34 average finish at the track.

Hendrick Motorsports has registered numerous firsts at Auto Club Speedway. Jeff Gordon won the inaugural race there in June 1997, and two other drivers earned their first career Cup Series wins at the track while driving for the team: Jimmie Johnson in 2002 and Kyle Busch in 2005. In addition, two current Hendrick Motorsports crew chiefs recorded their first career Cup wins at ACS: Chad Knaus with Johnson in 2002 and Alan Gustafson with Busch in 2005.