Join host Sharon Burton and co-host Jay Husmann for our Bristol 2 NASCAR Weekend Preview and HotTopicsSoundOff with the Fan4Racing crew!
In this episode…
In the first half-hour, we cover the upcoming Short Track races. Next, we preview the ARCA Menards/ARCA East Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway,with a brief ARCA West Series update.
Next, we preview the NASCAR Truck Series race at Bristol. Afterward, we comment on the media day interview with Austin Hill, the NASCAR Xfinity Series regular-season champion and driver of the No. 21 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet.
Next, we preview the NASCAR Xfinity and NASCAR Cup Series races at Bristol
Stay tuned in for our Hot Topics Sound-Off discussion with the Fan4Racing crew!
Christopher Bell takes control late in the race to win on Bristol Dirt in the NASCAR Cup Series Food City Dirt Race on Sunday.
In the middle of the short track stretch, the NASCAR Cup Series heads to Bristol Motor Speedway for a showdown on the dirt. This is NASCAR’s third year of running the spring Bristol race on the dirt surface. The idea has caught plenty of attention as NASCAR has also implemented a racing format similar to other dirt racing series. Four heat races were held on Saturday night to set the lineup for Sunday night’s main event.
Christopher Bell wins an intense NASCAR Cup Series race on Bristol Dirt in the Food City Dirt Race at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Before Sunday night’s Food City Dirt Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Christopher Bell lamented that a ‘dirt guy’ hadn’t won the NASCAR Cup Series’ only race on the red clay in Thunder Valley.