Three of the year’s biggest racing events take place Sunday — the Monaco Grand Prix, the Indy 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 — and the local scene will be hopping as well this weekend.
Part of the post-race analysis for Sunday’s race at Talladega included the line, “It’s big for Chase Elliott. It’s big for Hendrick Motorsports and it’s big for Chevrolet.” It was also big for NASCAR.
Following the disappointing turnout to the Food City 500, many fans have asked if Bristol could lose the spring race and take it somewhere else like Nashville. That’s highly doubtful.
For pure racing in the 3,500-pound NASCAR Cup cars, nothing beats what we’ve seen in recent months on the short tracks
Sunday’s Food City 500 all seemed perfect with plenty of hard-nosed, side-by-side racing and passes for the lead as well as ideal weather conditions. What was missing were the fans.
After winning his eighth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Kyle Busch gave a figurative tip of the hat to NASCAR legend Darrell Waltrip.
Sam Mayer capped a weekend of domination with a win Saturday in the Zombie Auto 150 at Bristol Motor Speedway — and he doesn’t even have his driver’s license yet.
Darrell Waltrip will drop the green flag and Bobby Allison will serve as grand marshal for Sunday’s Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
The Bristol Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities is holding multiple fundraisers during Food City 500 race week, including your chance to turn laps around the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile.”
NASCAR unveiled a revamped 2020 Cup Series schedule on Tuesday and the Bristol Night Race moves from its traditional August date to Sept. 19. It will be the final race in the first round of the playoffs behind Darlington and Richmond as the field is whittled from 16 drivers to 12.
Kingsport Speedway has its season opener set for Saturday, the same day the former Lonesome Pine Raceway makes its debut as the Clay Valley Speedway dirt track.
Kyle Busch scored his 199th NASCAR national event victory Sunday at ISM Raceway, drawing the inevitable comparisons to Richard Petty’s 200 Cup Series wins.
Saturday, April 6 is the busiest day of the spring race weekend at BMS with Cup Series practice, Xfinity Series qualifying, the Xfinity Alsco 300 and the Zombie Auto 150 for the NASCAR K&N Series.
As expected, the Joe Gibbs Racing organization and two Ford teams have sprinted out of the gate the first two races of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.
In its third year being held in Johnson City, the event showcases competitors and cars from the different divisions that compete at the NASCAR-sanctioned, three-eighths-mile concrete oval track.