Atlanta NASCAR Race Review is presented by host Sharon Burton and co-host Sal Sigala. Join us for the smartest race talk around! Then, stick around for Hot Topics Sound Off with the Fan4Racing crew!
Our guest on this episode is…
Austin Wayne Self
NASCAR Truck Series driver with AM Racing will talk about racing on dirt at Bristol Motor Speedway and earning his first top-ten this season.
Late-Model driver with TMI Racing and we talk about his 2021 season.
This episode centers around Bristol Motor Speedway on Dirtfor the NASCAR Cup, and Truck Series, We’ll also offer a few updates from the NASCAR Xfinity, ARCA Menards, East and West Series as time permits.
Joey Logano earns a historic NASCAR victory in the Food City Dirt Race at Bristol Motor Speedway on Monday after a rain-delay on Sunday.
For the first time since 1970, the NASCAR Cup Series returns to racing on dirt. During the offseason, Bristol Motor Speedway was covered with dirt to offer fans a variety of racing venues this year. The NASCAR Truck Series has been racing on dirt the past couple of years at Eldora Speedway, but this was the grand return for the Cup Series. For drivers growing up sliding around dirt tracks, this is what reminds them of rising through the ranks of racing. For the other drivers growing up racing on asphalt, it was a learning experience.
The post-Atlanta power ranking is for the NASCAR Cup Series race six in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway this past weekend.
With six races officially completed, the NASCAR Cup Series has reached the one-sixth mark of the season. Race number six at Atlanta brought about another intermediate track. Kyle Larson was the dominant driver for most of the race, leading more than half of the laps and winning both stages.