CONCORD, N.C. -- The Hendrick Motorsports drivers will take on the track "Too Tough to Tame" in their fresh throwback schemes on Mother's Day.
All four drivers will take on Darlington Raceway in unique throwback schemes for the race and all will battle to earn Hendrick Motorsports its fourth win of the season. To vote for your favorite throwback scheme for 2021, click here.
Kyle Larson has three top-five finishes at "The Lady in Black" while Chase Elliott has two-top five results. William Byron will look extend his hot top-10 finish streak to 10 races and Alex Bowman will try to best his runner-up finish from last year at the South Carolina track.
Here is everything you need to know to tune in to Sunday's race at Darlington.
WHAT TIME IS PRACTICE AND QUALIFYING?
Since NASCAR is taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of the teams and personnel at the track, there will be no practice and no qualifying.
The starting order for Sunday's race was announced Wednesday morning based on the put in place last August.
WHAT TIME IS THE RACE?
The race will start on Sunday, May 9 at 3:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on FS1.
CAN I LISTEN ON THE RADIO?
The race will be available on MRN Radio affiliates as well as SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90).
CAN I STREAM ONLINE?
WHAT CHANNEL IS FS1?
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?
Hendrick Motorsports entered the 2021 season within striking distance of one of stock car racing’s most enduring achievements: Petty Enterprises’ all-time team record for NASCAR Cup Series victories. The legendary Petty organization captured the wins record from Carl Kiekhafer Racing more than 60 years ago when Lee Petty took the checkered flag at Orange Speedway on May 29, 1960, for the team’s 53rd victory. Its 268th and most recent win was delivered by driver John Andretti on April 18, 1999. Hendrick Motorsports has earned 266 points-paying Cup Series wins since Rick Hendrick founded the team in 1984 and currently needs just three to break the record at NASCAR’s highest level.