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CONCORD, N.C. – This weekend, Hendrick Motorsports is headed to the “Lone Star State.” On Sunday, the four drivers will compete in the 501-mile event at Texas Motor Speedway, the second race of the Round of 8 in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs.

Take a look below to see how you can catch all the action this weekend.

WHAT TIME IS PRACTICE?

There are two practices this weekend, both of which are on Friday, Nov. 1.

2:05 – 2:55 p.m. ET: NASCAR Cup Series first practice, broadcast on NBCSN
4:05 – 4:55 p.m. ET:
 NASCAR Cup Series final practice, broadcast on the NBC Sports app and NASCAR.com

WHAT TIME IS QUALIFYING?

Qualifying at Texas will take place on Saturday, Nov. 2, at 7:05 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on CNBC.

WHAT TIME IS THE RACE?

This weekend's race is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, Nov. 3. It will be broadcast on NBCSN.

CAN I LISTEN ON THE RADIO?

Coverage all weekend will be available on PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

CAN I WATCH ONLINE?

Get the NBC Sports app for online streaming, and fans can always keep up with the action on Twitter by following @TeamHendrick.

WHAT CHANNEL IS NBC SPORTS NETWORK?

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

WHERE CAN I MEET DRIVERS AT THE TRACK?

Alex Bowman will be out at the Chevrolet display in the FanZone at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday, Nov. 3, at 11 a.m. local time for a question-and-answer session.

WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW?

At Texas Motor Speedway, Hendrick Motorsports' 10 pole positions are the most all-time, and its nine wins are tied with Roush-Fenway Racing for the most all-time. In addition, the organization has 38 top-five finishes, 70 top-10s and 2,409 laps led at the venue. In the past 14 races at Texas, Hendrick Motorsports has visited Victory Lane six times, the most of all teams in that span. In each of the past 26 races, at least one Hendrick Motorsports driver has finished inside the top 10, which is the longest streak all-time at Texas.