The NASCAR Nascar Ecoboost 400 live stream at Homestead-Miami Speedway of Homestead, Florida, is Sunday, November 17, at 3:00 p.m. ET on ESPN. The Sunday main event brings the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series to the 1.5 mile oval circuit. For race fans out there who will not be by a TV when the flag starts waving, be sure to catch the live stream online for free by signing up for Nascar RaceView here.

The Sprint Cup Series championship will be settled on Sunday at the Ford EcoBoost 400 of Homestead-Miami Speedway. Matt Kenseth has a mathematical chance, albiet extremely slim, to take the championship. In spite of the odds, Kenseth decided to go out without regrets, taking pole position. If Kenseth wins and Jimmie Johnson crashes or makes a major mistake that drops him to the back of the grid, the championship can be his.

"The thing is, Jimmie is so far ahead that even if he does have a problem, we need to be in the front to make sure we capitalize on it," Kenseth explained. "This is a good start to that. I think it's important. We need to be up front and try to lead this thing as much as we can."

Johnson qualified down in seventh while another championship contender, Kevin Harvick, starts sixth. Harvick is 34 points down on Johnson. 

"It's not bad," Johnson said with an oddly calm attitude.. "Life is good. … It's been a comfortable day. Everything has been pretty calm and good." Johnson only has to finish 23rd or higher to claim his 6th championship.

As for Harvick, who is coming off a win last week at Phoenix International Speedway, the aim is definitely to win. According to Harvick, his Richard Childress Racing team is capable of back to back victories.

"We can win this race," Harvick said. "I feel really confident in the car."

Kurt Busch qualified second, his ninth front-row start of the season. He is followed by Joey Logano at third, defending champion Brad Keselowski at fourth and Denny Hamlin at fifth to round out the top five.

The NASCAR Nascar Ecoboost 400 live stream at Homestead-Miami Speedway of Homestead, Florida, is Sunday, November 17, at 3:00 p.m. ET on ESPN. The Sunday main event brings the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series to the 1.5 mile oval circuit. For race fans out there who will not be by a TV when the flag starts waving, be sure to catch the live stream online for free by signing up for Nascar RaceView here.