The 2020 NASCAR All-Star Race will include fans in attendance on July 15 at The Last Great Colosseum.
The 36th running of NASCAR’s all-star event to take place for the first time at a short track as NASCAR’s best battle for a $1 million winner-take-all prize.
The NASCAR All-Star Open and NASCAR All-Star Race will be telecast live in primetime on FS1, FOX Deportes, and the FOX Sports app at 7:00 p.m., on MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90 and to an international audience.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (June 15, 2020) – In a NASCAR season marked by historical firsts, the 36th running of the NASCAR All-Star Race will move 159 miles northwest from Charlotte Motor Speedway to the World’s Fastest Half-Mile, Bristol Motor Speedway, for the first time. The July 15 prime-time race will include fans in attendance at a Speedway Motorsports facility for the first time since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Bristol power ranking for the NASCAR Cup Series encompasses the drivers’ performance from the previous two races, the Alsco 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Supermarket Heroes 500 at Bristo Motor Speedway.
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This week centers around Bristol Motor Speedway Charlotte Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, and Gander RV & Outdoor Truck Series.
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Chase Elliott rides momentum to victory in the Alsco 500 at Charlotte, his seventh win in 157 Cup Series races.
After a long four hundred lap Coca Cola 600, the NASCAR Cup Series returned to Charlotte Motor Speedway for a short five-hundred-kilometer race. This race was only 208 laps, and for everyone in the field, it felt like a shootout.
The First Stage
William Byron held the pole starting position and led the field down into turn one. Byron held off Matt DiBenedetto for the race lead and continued to lead up until the competition caution on lap 20. Most of the leaders made their way onto pit road for early adjustments, but, multiple drivers stayed out on the track to gain track position.
Joey Logano was one of the drivers staying out, and it paid off for him with a quick pass on the restart to gain the lead. Joey Logano had no other challenges in his way and was able to sail smoothly to a stage one victory.