Who won the Bristol race today 2021?
NASCAR at Bristol live updates, highlights from Food City Dirt Race. 10:57 p.m.: Reddick was so close to his first win. But Briscoe makes contact and spins both drivers, allowing Kyle Busch to steal the win after being behind by more than three seconds.
Who won the NASCAR race today Sunday?
Chase Elliott withstood a late restart to win the Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Nashville Superspeedway on Sunday night. The race was delayed twice by lightning and rain, the second by more than two hours. The race was restarted at 9 p.m. CT and run to completion.
Who won the Busch race last night?
Kyle Busch won Saturday night’s Camping World Truck Series race at Sonoma Raceway. The victory came in his fifth and final series start of the season. The win is the 62nd in Busch’s Truck career.
Who won the Cup race Sunday?
Who won the 500 today?
Marcus Ericsson won the 106th Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, capturing the race in a frantic finish after a Jimmie Johnson crash caused a red flag with four laps to go. Read more.
Who won the NASCAR Cup race yesterday?
Who won the very first NASCAR race at Bristol?
The Hendrick Motorsports driver took the lead from Kevin Harvick with under 10 laps remaining BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) — Kyle Larson won at Bristol Motor Speedway — not really a big surprise or even the most interesting part of NASCAR’s first playoff elimination race.
Who won the Bristol?
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Kyle Larson won at Bristol Motor Speedway – not really a big surprise or even the most interesting part of NASCAR’s first playoff elimination race. The post-race feud
Who won Bristol NASCAR?
Janesville Gazette: The 70-year-old Evansville man who died in a crash on Highway 14 just outside Janesville on Friday night was Kevin Olson, a… ( Man killed in Friday crash near Janesville was Kevin Olson, an auto racing champion and hall of famer)
How many laps are in the Bristol race?
The Bristol Cup Series dirt race is scheduled for 250 laps (133.25 miles), or half the usual number of laps for a Cup race on Bristol’s concrete track. The race will be divided into three stages: 75, 75 and 100 laps. Drivers won’t need to stop for fuel during any stage. And pit stops will be limited anyway.