NASCAR All-Star format at Texas Motor Speedway is now available. The All-Star Fan Vote opens Thursday, May 13th. The NASCAR Open runs immediately before the All-Star event.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (April 28, 2020) – NASCAR and Texas Motor Speedway today announced the format, technical elements, eligibility, and pre-race festivities for the 2021 NASCAR All-Star Race. The event, which moves to TMS for the first time in its 36-race history, will have a Fort Worth feel as the pre-race festivities will feature an Old Western theme during driver introductions.
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.
NASCAR’s Short-Track package and the PJ1 allows drivers to make passes at Phoenix
Sunday’s FanShield 500 at Phoenix Raceway passed not only the eye test but also the statistical test, as far as the quality of racing was concerned.
With the NASCAR Cup Series car featuring a significantly smaller spoiler and modifications to the oil pan and splitter, the resulting reduction in downforce produced far more competitive racing than fans witnessed in two Phoenix events last year.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (April 17, 2019) – Race fans looking for a glimpse into the future need look no further than this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race. As demonstrated throughout its illustrious history, NASCAR’s annual all-star spectacular will again provide the platform for the world’s greatest stock car drivers to compete for $1 million dollars, while race teams will get real-world experience with technical components that could be implemented in the next generation car.
The next step in the all-star evolution was unveiled today.