Kingsport Speedway, Volunteer Speedway, Bristol Dragway and Cherokee Raceway Park all have weekly racing programs scheduled for this weekend.
In only its second year, the Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway is already one of the biggest Late Model events on the calendar.
The pressure is on Knoxville driver Trevor Bayne more than ever now that his every race is going to be measured against Matt Kenseth’s performance in the No. 6 car.
If it is true that stock car racing fans go to see the wrecks, there are plenty of them on the three-eighths-mile, concrete short track. If the motivation is close competition, then Kingsport Speedway offers that as well.
A large car count, great competition and a nearly packed grandstand all led up to a memorable day of racing Saturday at Kingsport Speedway.
There are two drivers from Knoxville scheduled to be in the upcoming Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Austin Dillon will headline a group of NASCAR and NHRA stars at the Bristol Motor Speedway season preview March 21 at the Pinnacle. Fans are welcome to attend the event, which starts at 6:30 p.m.
The green flag will fall for the start of a 15-event slate at Lonesome Pine Raceway on April 8.