Ask any race fan what they would want most at a NASCAR race, and most would tell you they’d give almost anything for a garage pass. Now, ask them what track they would most want one at, and 90% would tell you Bristol Motor Speedway.
Last week Kyle Busch ran three races at the Bristol Motor Speedway and made NASCAR history by winning all three of them.
This week is a off weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, their next race will be the Emory Hamilton 500 at the 1.54-mile-tri-oval Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday September 5th at 7:30 P.M.(ET) and televised on ESPN. These are your current point standings going into race 25.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be bringing their high energy tailgate party to Joliet-Illinois, the home of the Chicagoland Speedway.
Kyle Busch may have swept Bristol last weekend, but the firm of Harvick, Stewart, and Gordon remain the trio with the hot hand as the Chase begins in less than a month.
As the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule centers the majority of the discussion, the NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule is also getting flipped upside down.
Race weekend at Bristol had a little of everything. There for all to enjoy were hot days, humid evenings, lots of people, and one heckuva thunderstorm in the early hours of Sunday morning that woke up the whole area and tore the outside awning off our RV.