To watch NHRA Drag Racing on ESPN3, you must be a subscriber to WatchESPN's participating TV providers or Internet service providers. Then you can stream the programming either on its website or on the WatchESPN application.
WatchESPN is a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and The Heart Corporation. WatchESPN is operated by ESPN Inc. and it provides an Internet television website as well as a mobile application. It provides streaming simulcasts of ESPN3 and other different channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews and Longhorn Network. Before 2011, ESPN3 broadcasts on an exclusive platform, and it also had a separate website with similar functionality to WatchESPN.
Live streams of WatchESPN are available for free to subscribers of certain TV providers that associate with WatchESPN, such as Allen's TV Cable dba ATVCi, Barbourville Utility Commission and Community Cable & Broadband. Access to live programming on the ESPN3 channel, such as the NHRA Drag Racing, is also available to people with subscriptions to participating high speed Internet service providers, as well as U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel on computers connected to on-campus educational networks and on-base military networks.
To start streaming programming, you just need to select your TV providers then enter your TV subscription user name and password, either on the website or on the app. The WatchESPN application is available to download on the App Store (for iOS devices), the Google Play Store (for Android devices), the Windows Store, the Amazon App Store, Xbox One and Xbox 360.