Viewers around the world will be watching the 2017 Indianapolis 500 race on Sunday afternoon. The biggest race of the Indy car season will broadcast live from from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and features top drivers Scott Dixon, Helio Castroneves, Juan Pablo Montoya, and more.

Will there be a repeat winner this year, or a first-time winner? Here's the latest information on how to watch Sunday's Indy 500 live on television or live streaming online, as well as a glimpse at the starting grid and top odds to win the race.

Indy 500 starting grid

There are 33 drivers on the starting grid in the latest Indy race on Sunday.

Sitting at pole position will be the No. 9 car driven by Scott Dixon. He posted a 232.164 miles per hour qualifying speed to take that spot. Ed Carpenter (231.664 mph) is at the No. 2 spot, while Alexander Rossi (231.487) will have the No. 3 spot. Rounding out the top five on the grid will be Honda drivers, Takuma Sato and Fernando Alonso.

However, the Indianapolis 500 starting grid will also have several well-known favorites within the first 10. J.R. Hildebrand will have the No. 6 spot, while Tony Kanaan is at the No. 7 spot. Marco Andretti is eighth, with Will Power at No. 9 and Ryan Hunter-Reay at the tenth spot for the lineup. A bit farther back in the lineup will be James Hinchcliffe at No.

17, Juan Pablo Montoya at 18th, and Helio Castroneves at No. 19.

So who's the odds-on favorite to win the race? Right now, Vegas Insider lists pole winner Scott Dixon as a 6 to 1 favorite. He's followed by a five-way tie of those aforementioned drivers: Castroneves, Montoya, Andretti, Hunter-Reay, and Kanaan. Which driver will capture the latest win?

It should be another exciting day for racing fans!

How to watch Indy 500 live

The latest edition of the Indianapolis 500 will go live as of 11 a.m. Eastern Time on Sunday morning. ABC will televise the race for television viewers around the United States on their various affiliate network channels. In addition, there is live streaming available on Watch ABC online for viewers in select cities in the U.S.

through including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.

Most cable and satellite subscribers who have ESPN as part of their channel package can also watch a live streaming feed through the WatchESPN platform. To do so, customers will need to log in to their cable or satellite provider account on WatchESPN website or compatible mobile apps. More details are available at the website.