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Indianapolis 500 Live: The 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500. Held annually at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana, the competition is considered to be the most prestigious race on the IndyCar circuit and one of the three races that makes up motorsport’s Triple Crown.

As one of the oldest automobile races in the world, the Indy 500 is one of the most tradition-rich events in all of American sports. The race was first run all the way back in 1911 and exploded in popularity over the years thanks to fantastic racing and lucrative prize pools.

Chevrolet said in a statement that it’s honored to once again pace the Indy 500, and it marks the 16th time a Corvette has been chosen to pace the race and the 30th time for a Chevrolet vehicle. The figures make the Corvette the most-popular pace car and Chevrolet the most-popular brand for pace vehicles.

The pace car, in particular, sports a Long Beach Red Metallic exterior color with an Indy 500 graphics package. The graphics include the Indy 500 logo on the sides of the car and full-length racing stripes in silver. Otherwise, the Corvette Grand Sport pace car is identical to a model anyone can purchase at their local Chevy dealership.

The track, which is nicknamed the “Brickyard” because the original racing surface was made from bricks, is the largest-capacity sports venue in the world with over 257,000 permanent seats. Each year, hundreds of thousands of spectators make their way to central Indiana to see which driver will celebrate their victory with a bottle of milk in victory lane and the opportunity to kiss the bricks that make up the start/finish line.

First of all, I don’t think I had a name, a street name with my name apart from when we started doing this a couple of years ago and, today, I had the opportunity to actually hang my own name in there, so I kind of talked to the guys in the truck and I told them after the month of May when they take these down and when you guys are taking all the signs out, why don’t you forget that one in there and just leave it there?

The 31-year-old IndyCar veteran confirmed Monday that for the second straight year, he will be teaming up with Sage Karam and piloting a Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Chevrolet at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Hildebrand’s entry marks the 34th for the 500, officially signalling the return of bumping at the speedway. Two more announcements of this ilk are expected in short order. Juncos Racing is expected to officially confirm its solo entry soon, while Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has yet to announce who will team up with James Hinchcliffe and Marcus Ericsson and pilot its third car for the race.

Hildebrand will drive a Chevrolet for a second straight year with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, attempting to qualify for his ninth Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge. The team announced Monday that he’ll be part of a two-car effort again with Sage Karam.

“I’m excited to get back for Year 2 with these guys,” said the 31-year-old who finished 11th in the Indy 500 last year. “We learned a lot last year about working together as a group and I’m really confident that we’re going to come back this year stronger than we were.”

Hildebrand does little around the racetrack that doesn’t carry at least a hint of his passion for the sport’s history, including the number on his car. Last year it was No. 66, a reminder of the number on Jim Clark’s only NASCAR ride, with styling that fit the motif of primary sponsor Salesforce.

This year it will be No. 48 to honor Gurney, regarded as one of the best ever to race in Indy cars, Formula One, stock cars and more before he became a successful team owner and renowned car constructor.

GOT Season 8

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GOT Season 8: GOT season 8 episode 1. It’s the beginning of the end for one of the finest ever television series we’ve ever seen; it’s so bittersweet. This week we’ll all begin the excitement, drama, death and, well, games of GOT season 8 and with its air time and date fast approaching, we’ve gathered up some key information so you know when to clear your schedules for and, crucially, what all your options are for making sure you know exactly how to stream GOT Season 8 Episode 1.

To ensure you have your info all in order, in the US, episode 1 airs on HBO at 9pm EST on Sunday, April 14. In the UK, the episode is being aired at exactly the same time – though this translates as the unruly hour of 2am on Sky Atlantic or NOWTV here – but also re-airs at 9pm on Monday the 15th. Though if you go for the latter, it might be best to stay off all social media, and away from other humans generally, to avoid spoilers throughout Monday daytime.

Importantly, you want to make sure you don’t miss it, and we have some ideas and solutions for that. Such is the range of other options now available, one doesn’t have to have a pre-existing subscription with a particular provider to watch it now. From beginning a new HBO subscription, a convenient NOWTV stick or one their temporary Entertainment passes, or even exploring VPN options if you’re out and about travelling and need flexible access, there’s something for everyone and multiple options to utilise to make sure you’re up and running before the big night. Explore them below.

Once you’ve bagged your preferred method, you’ll be all set for the chaos and firey and icy deaths of many in the surely explosive finale. One of these options will likely serve you well for the season but make sure you get one up and running to ensure you can watch GOT season 8 episode 1 with no problems at all.

In case you still need a refresh and want to swat up on all that’s happened so far, check out our recap video. Given there is no time to watch all the episodes now in the build up to the big day, this is perfect for getting you right up to speed.

The night may be dark and full of terrors, but the final season of “GOT” had better shine a light on some pressing mysteries.

Fans have been waiting a long time for answers to the biggest questions “Thrones” has unfurled over the years. And the series has just six episodes to wrap it all up. So let’s hope writers are generous with the big reveals (without overdoing it, as “Lost” did). Here are the biggest questions Season 8 should address.

GOT’ eighth and final season will conquer our screens on Sunday, April 14, and although we’re sad to say farewell to Westeros, we’re desperate to discover which of our remaining characters will end up on the Iron Throne – and how many will die trying.

Before we embark on this final chapter, ET is looking back at our 2016 interviews with the GOT cast at the season six red carpet. We asked each star, “If your character had to die, how would you want it to happen?” and their exclusive answers will have you hoping for each character’s demise, rather than dreading it.

Game Of Thrones Season 8

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Game Of Thrones Season 8: Game of Thrones season 8 episode 1. It’s the beginning of the end for one of the finest ever television series we’ve ever seen; it’s so bittersweet. This week we’ll all begin the excitement, drama, death and, well, games of Game of Thrones season 8 and with its air time and date fast approaching, we’ve gathered up some key information so you know when to clear your schedules for and, crucially, what all your options are for making sure you know exactly how to stream Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 1.

To ensure you have your info all in order, in the US, episode 1 airs on HBO at 9pm EST on Sunday, April 14. In the UK, the episode is being aired at exactly the same time – though this translates as the unruly hour of 2am on Sky Atlantic or NOWTV here – but also re-airs at 9pm on Monday the 15th. Though if you go for the latter, it might be best to stay off all social media, and away from other humans generally, to avoid spoilers throughout Monday daytime.

Importantly, you want to make sure you don’t miss it, and we have some ideas and solutions for that. Such is the range of other options now available, one doesn’t have to have a pre-existing subscription with a particular provider to watch it now. From beginning a new HBO subscription, a convenient NOWTV stick or one their temporary Entertainment passes, or even exploring VPN options if you’re out and about travelling and need flexible access, there’s something for everyone and multiple options to utilise to make sure you’re up and running before the big night. Explore them below.

Once you’ve bagged your preferred method, you’ll be all set for the chaos and firey and icy deaths of many in the surely explosive finale. One of these options will likely serve you well for the season but make sure you get one up and running to ensure you can watch Game of Thrones season 8 episode 1 with no problems at all.

In case you still need a refresh and want to swat up on all that’s happened so far, check out our recap video. Given there is no time to watch all the episodes now in the build up to the big day, this is perfect for getting you right up to speed.

The night may be dark and full of terrors, but the final season of “Game of Thrones” had better shine a light on some pressing mysteries.

Fans have been waiting a long time for answers to the biggest questions “Thrones” has unfurled over the years. And the series has just six episodes to wrap it all up. So let’s hope writers are generous with the big reveals (without overdoing it, as “Lost” did). Here are the biggest questions Season 8 should address.

Game of Thrones’ eighth and final season will conquer our screens on Sunday, April 14, and although we’re sad to say farewell to Westeros, we’re desperate to discover which of our remaining characters will end up on the Iron Throne – and how many will die trying.

Before we embark on this final chapter, ET is looking back at our 2016 interviews with the Game of Thrones cast at the season six red carpet. We asked each star, “If your character had to die, how would you want it to happen?” and their exclusive answers will have you hoping for each character’s demise, rather than dreading it.

Game Of Thrones 2019

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Game Of Thrones 2019: The HBO hit series “Game of Thrones,” which returns for its eighth and final season on Sunday. The language? It’s called High Valyrian, the tongue of the ruined Valyrian Freehold empire, and it’s one of four languages created by linguist David J. Peterson spoken on the show.

While only one character can speak native High Valyrian on “Game of Thrones,” viewers nationwide are picking up a few words and phrases from an unlikely source: Duolingo, the free language-learning app.

Duolingo first offered lessons in High Valyrian in 2017 and, since then, 1.2 million people have started the course. In the last two weeks leading up to the premier of the final season, Duolingo has seen a near 65% increase in people taking the course, said Sam Dalsimer, a spokesman for Duolingo.

High Valyrian isn’t the only fictional language Duolingo has to offer. Star Trek fans can find Klingon, a language constructed by Marc Okrand and centered around spacecraft, warfare and weaponry.

To offer languages on Duolingo, the company usually relies on hundreds of volunteers and employees to develop course material and monitor users’ experiences. That’s not the case when it comes to High Valyrian, where Peterson is a contributor and develops the courses for free.

“We teach over 30 languages and most have thousands of people who speak them and are capable of helping us teach them.” Dalsimer said. “There’s only one person on planet Earth who knows the language, and that’s David Peterson.”

The origins of High Valyrian come from the book that inspired the show, written by George R.R. Martin. Peterson won a contest to develop the more common language used on “Game of Thrones” called Dothraki but was asked to build High Valyrian later in the series. His goal was to create a classic language that could give birth to many others, similar to Romance languages, and Peterson noted it had to fit with the names Martin created for the book, such as Daenerys, Viserys and Rhaella.

There are now 824 words of High Valyrian that users can learn on Duolingo, and that number continues to grow. Peterson said there are now 2,000 words in the full version of the language he maintains.

“With every single language I create I keep working on it for the rest of my life or until I’m not happy with it,” said Peterson, who has created more than 50 languages. “It will basically just be another one of my languages, it’s not like it’s going to get any special treatment.”

When Peterson first encountered Duolingo, he felt it could revolutionize the way people learned languages. It had a great interface, it was free and, as a linguist, it’s the dream for people like him to create languages people would have access to, although he didn’t foresee how popular High Valyrian would become.

Today, High Valyrian has 822,000 active learners, or those who have used the course in the last 12 months. That’s more than Czech, Norwegian, Vietnamese and Hungarian.

“I imagined it would attract casual interest, but I never imagined there would be that many people who would actually be interested in taking the course,” Peterson said.

There is one statistic Peterson is particularly proud of: 44% of users who came to Duolingo to learn High Valyrian went on to practice other languages. While users may not perfect High Valyrian, Peterson sees the language as a “gateway drug” to learners discovering other cultures.

“As we become more economically focused, people view language as a tool as opposed to an art piece in and of itself or cultural history,” Peterson said.

More than 40% of the world speaks one of eight languages, although there are more than 7,000 worldwide. UNESCO, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, has labeled 2,680 languages in danger as it celebrates the International Year of Indigenous Languages, designed to raise awareness to disappearing languages.

“It’s nice that the UN is putting this emphasis on indigenous languages because people need to start addressing this issue,” Peterson said. “We’re losing them and we’re losing them quickly, and once they’re lost, they’re lost.”

Duolingo has worked with communities and volunteers like Peterson to develop courses in endangered languages, such as offering lessons in Hawaiian, Irish and Navajo, Dalsimer said.

“Those courses are driven entirely by volunteer contributors and for them it’s more about a desire to preserve their language and their culture because they see it as being endangered, and it is,” Dalsimer said. “Languages die every year and Duolingo can help them preserve it.”

Masters Tournament 2019

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Masters Tournament 2019: The 83rd US Masters Tournament is happening right now, and it promises to be an incredible finale to an already brilliant first golf major of 2019. Prepare for fireworks (and possibly lightning) as you can get a Masters live stream for FREE from absolutely anywhere you are in the world with this guide.

All the US Masters talk is about Tiger of course. Rolling back the years and looking like a genuine threat to grab his 15th major – his first for over 10 years. It’s 22 years since his first win at Augusta National and the raucous crowd will be urging every single shot to “get in the hole” today.

But don’t forget that he wasn’t leading the 83rd Masters Tournament going into the final round. That honour went to 2018 Open winner Francesco Molinari, who held a two shot advantage. And what of Tony Finau and Webb Simpson. Both Americans shot 64s yesterday and will be looking to make a push for the title today. And last year’s stand-out player Brooks Koepka is in the mix, too. Anyone could win the coveted Green Jacket today!

Our quick and easy guide will tell you how to watch the fourth and final round – a 2019 Masters live stream online from anywhere in the world. It’s extremely easy to do, even if you are away from your home country when it’s on and want to tune in to your preferred coverage. It’s even FREE in some countries and available to watch without commercials.

Since the level of quality is going to be so high during Sunday’s round, at least one player will catch fire and record a 64, as Finau, Webb Simpson and Patrick Cantlay did Saturday.

Saturday’s top performers proved that if you are aggressive enough and make the majority of your putts, a low score is out there to be had.

There are plenty of candidates to record Sunday’s lowest-scoring round, but we expect it to be someone playing in one of the early tee times.

Cantlay, Finau and Simpson all teed off well before the leaders in pairings that had no pressure attached to them Saturday.

Henrik Stenson and Marc Leishman are two of the top candidates to tear apart Augusta with low scores, as both of them have previously achieved a good amount of success in majors.

Masters Golf 2019

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Masters Golf 2019: Tiger Woods’ tee times for Thursday, how to watch live, April 11, 2019 7:10am EDT April 11, 2019 7:10am EDT Tiger Woods tees off Thursday in the first round at the 2019 Masters, beginning his pursuit of a fifth green jacket. Here’s how to keep tabs on Tiger from Augusta, including tee times, a TV schedule and live-streaming info.

Woods, ranked 12th in the world, last slipped on a green jacket 14 years ago and has been trying unsuccessfully to win a 15th major since 2008, his last. He’s played in five PGA events this season, failing to finish better than a tie for 10th (WGC-Mexico Championship). Woods’ 2018 Masters, his first time in the field after two years off, was a mixed bag (t-32), so there’s plenty of room for improvement. He’ll remain a betting favorite if by name only.

That won’t dull the intrigue around Woods, who many doubt can win another major. Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major championships is still far in the distance but the world is watching if the 43-year-old can make inroads in 2019.

Below is everything you’ll need to know to watch Tiger’s rounds at Augusta National. You can also follow our “Tiger Tracker” and a full live leaderboard for hole-by-hole updates throughout the tournament.
Masters 2019: Tiger Woods’ tee times

Tiger Woods will tee off at 11:04 a.m. ET on Thursday. He’s paired with Haotong Li and Jon Rahm for Round 1.
Round Time Pairing
1 11:04 a.m. ET Haotong Li, Jon Rahm
2 TBD …
3 TBD …
4 TBD

How to watch Tiger Woods at the Masters for free

All four days of the Masters will be featured on major networks. ESPN takes the first two days while CBS will broadcast the final two. Golf Channel and Masters.com will provide additional coverage in the days leading up to and during the Masters. You can also live stream Rounds 3-4 by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt will host ESPN’s coverage of the tournament and Jim Nantz will once again lend his voice for the final two rounds on CBS.
Date Time TV Channel
Thursday, April 11 3-7:30 p.m. ET ESPN
Friday, April 12 3-7:30 p.m. ET ESPN
Saturday, April 13 3-7 p.m. ET CBS/fuboTV
Sunday, April 14 2-7 p.m. ET CBS/fuboTV

Masters 2019

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Masters 2019: The 2019 Masters is a tradition unlike any other. Cell phones are prohibited on the hallowed grounds of Augusta National Golf Club, giving the tournament a nostalgic feel.

The majestic tree-lined course, rich with history, has seen legendary players like Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Nick Faldo, and Phil Mickelson come away with green jackets over the last 82 years. Patrick Reed and Sergio Garcia are the last two champions at Augusta, and they’re both going off at 60-1 in the current 2019 Masters odds.

Rory McIlroy is the favorite at 8-1 in the latest Masters Tournament odds and can complete the career grand slam with a win this week. Meanwhile, Woods has won the grand slam three times over and he’s 12-1 to win it all at Augusta, among the top 2019 Masters contenders.

The first 2019 Masters tee times are on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. ET, so amateur and professional bettors alike are running out of time to enter their picks on the 87-player field. Before you make your 2019 Masters picks and PGA predictions, see the projected leaderboard from the model at SportsLine.

SportsLine’s prediction model, built by DFS pro Mike McClure, has nailed four of the past eight majors entering the weekend, including Patrick Reed’s groundbreaking Masters win last year. It also called Tiger Woods’ deep run in last year’s PGA Championship despite being a 25-1 long shot.

The model has been spot-on early in the 2018-19 PGA Tour season. It was high on champion Dustin Johnson at the 2019 WGC-Mexico Championship, projecting him as one of the top two contenders from the start. It also correctly predicted Brooks Koepka’s (9-1) victory at the CJ Cup earlier this season. Additionally, it correctly called Bryson DeChambeau’s (9-1) seven-shot victory at the 2019 Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Anyone who has followed the model is up huge.

Now that the 2019 Masters field is locked, SportsLine simulated the event 10,000 times, and the results were surprising. One huge shocker the model is calling for: Woods, a four-time champion and one of the top Vegas favorites, doesn’t even crack the top 10.

Woods, a 14-time major champion, won the first major of his career at Augusta National in 1997 and has 13 top-10 finishes at the Masters in 19 appearances as a professional. However, he recently had to withdraw from the Arnold Palmer Invitational, an event he has won eight times, due to a neck strain. And with Woods’ long list of injuries in recent years, the model doesn’t believe he’ll even come close to his fifth green jacket.

Plus, Woods’ last victory at Augusta National came all the way back in 2005. He also currently ranks 72nd on tour in driving accuracy (64.29 percent), which could cause major trouble at Augusta National, where the fairways are extremely tight and lined with trees. He’s not a strong pick to win it all and there are far better values in this loaded field than the 14-1 premium he’s commanding.

Another surprise at the Masters 2019: Bryson DeChambeau, a 25-1 long shot, makes a strong run at the title. He’s a target for anyone looking for a huge payday.

DeChambeau is making his third career start at the Masters this week. The 25-year-old finished 21st in his first start at Augusta and followed that up with a 38th-place showing last year. Despite his 2018 result, DeChambeau has made strong strides in his game. In fact, he’s won four PGA Tour events in the last year, which includes two victories in the FedEx Cup Playoffs. And he’s shot even par or better in five of his eight rounds at Augusta National.

The No. 6 player in the world has also proven he can fire low scores to propel him up the 2019 Masters leaderboard. In fact, DeChambeau ranks fifth on the PGA Tour in birdie average (4.79), having racked up 134 of them in 28 total rounds this season. He has also been spot-on off the tee, boasting a driving accuracy percentage of 67.68, good for 24th on tour, and is second in total driving with a combined accuracy and distance mark of 63.

Liverpool vs Chelsea

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Liverpool vs Chelsea: Liverpool face their most difficult remaining fixture of their domestic title run-in this afternoon as they host Chelsea at Anfield. The Premier League leaders returned to the summit and took a two-point lead over quadruple-chasers Manchester City last Friday night as Naby Keita, Mohamed Salah and Jordan Henderson all struck during a hard-fought 3-1 comeback win at Southampton.

Liverpool’s next match takes place just minutes after Crystal Palace vs City finishes at Selhurst Park, so it could be that Jurgen Klopp’s side, by virtue of their inferior goal difference, will once again need to win in order to regain their place at the summit.

With one foot into the Champions League semi-finals after their midweek win over Porto, Liverpool turn their attention back to their pursuit of Premier League glory as they welcome Chelsea to Anfield on Sunday.

Goals from Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino ensured that the Reds’ dream of European success remains on the right track but their fate remains out of their hands domestically thanks to Manchester City’s game in hand.

Jurgen Klopp knows that the best his side can hope for is for Pep Guardiola’s men to slip up over the final few weeks, but he will be acutely aware that his own side have to deliver the goods, particularly against another ferocious opponent.

Maurizio Sarri’s Blues are themselves embroiled in a battle to claim a top four spot and Champions League football next season, though they left it late to seal victory in their Europa League tie on Thursday after Marcos Alonso scored an 86th minute winner against Slavia Prague.

On track to reach the Champions League for the second season in a row with a win against Porto on Tuesday, Liverpool must return their attention to their dreams of a maiden Premier League crown as they prepare for the visit of Chelsea.

The Reds lead the table by two points heading into this weekend’s round of fixtures, with Manchester City snapping at their heels – and they could be displaced from the top of the pile by the time they walk out at Anfield due to their rivals’ earlier kick-off against Crystal Palace.

Coupled with the fact that Pep Guardiola’s side still have a game in hand and it remains absolutely essential for Jurgen Klopp that his side prevail in all of their remaining domestic encounters to give themselves the best possible chance of claiming silverware.

Their win over their Portuguese visitors at least gives them an advantage for the reverse second leg in Europe later this week, but it will be the Blues who occupy their mind first and foremost.

Maurizio Sarri’s side picked up a win themselves on the continent, in the Europa League on Thursday against Slavia Prague, but will be just as focused on sealing a top four spot in the Premier League to seal a Champions League place next season too, making them a serious threat for their hosts.

Klopp has already highlighted the danger of Eden Hazard, who is back in the fold after being rested in midweek, as a key player for the visitors, though one he believed his side could neutralise.

“Eden Hazard on his day, he can be the world’s best immediately,” he told his pre-match press conference. “He [has] had a brilliant career, and it’s not over. He has a lot of things I like in football; he’s a good player.

“But like all good players, he has to play against us, and we [will] try everything to deny at least a couple of his skills. That would help us.”

Chelsea star Willian has also talked up the quality that Liverpool possess, noting that they represent a serious threat and are currently in excellent form.

“We know that [they are good],” he noted. “We know how they play, we know how dangerous they are.