Schedule and where to watch the Long Beach race on TV, where Álex Palou can be proclaimed IndyCar champion

Álex Palou, during an IndyCar race

Álex Palou, during an IndyCar race
Álex Palou, during an IndyCar race

Sunday, September 26, 2021 can become a historic day for Spanish sport and, specifically, for motorsport. The last race of the season of the IndyCar, the GP of Long beach where the spanish Alex Palou will seek to become champion of the prestigious single-seater competition.

Álex Palou, IndyCar driver

Álex Palou, the Spanish motorsport globetrotter who is one step away from making IndyCar history

At 24 years old, Palou arrives at this last round of the World Cup with the title in his hands. His two rivals for the title are the Mexican Patrick O’Ward and the american Josef Newgarden, to those who have a reasonable distance to face the race with optimism. The accounts are simple: it serves him with being 11th, whatever the other two pilots do.

After a life traveling the world, with titles such as the Japanese Super Formula under his belt, the peak of his sports career may come this Sunday and he makes it full of optimism.

Alex Palou, in the Indianapolis 500

Álex Palou is close to victory in the 500 miles of Indianapolis that the legendary Helio Castroneves takes

In its second season in the IndyCar, Palou has already managed to become the first Spaniard to win a race in this championship (he has achieved two more victories) and has touched glory in the Indianapolis 500, where he was 2nd. Chip Ganassi’s bet on the last diamond discovered by the late Adrián Campos it has given good results.

The Long Beach Race It can be seen on television by Vamos and Movistar Deportes, with the narration of Raúl Benito and his team of commentators, on Sunday, September 26, starting at 21:35 (Spanish peninsular time), in addition to following live on

Leave a Comment