Danica Patrick broke a record after placing ninth at Bristol Motor Speedway last Sunday night, Yahoo Sports reported. The race at Bristol was Danica Patrick’s sixth top-ten finish of her career in the Sprint Cup Series. Patrick’s finish...Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Richmond, Virginia, this week for the Toyota Owners 400. Richmond is a favorite track for many of the drivers and many fans as well. The.75-mile D-shaped oval is fast and requires a savvy crew chief to create the perfect setup for their car. Show More Summary
NASCAR apparently timed today’s Sprint Cup Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes and Stand Up to Cancer (pheeeeew) just right. It’s been delayed and red flagged for rain throughout the day, but Bristol is about to get thoroughly pounded with thunderstorms right about...now. Read more...
In an epic, unpredictable and rain-hampered Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, Matt Kenseth emerged victorious, just 0.287 seconds ahead of Jimmie Johnson. The final 30 minutes of the race featured several different leaders including Kyle Larson and Kurt Busch, but in the end it was Kenseth who came away with his first win of the NASCAR season. Show More Summary
Danica Patrick set a record with her ninth-place finish at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday night. The race marked Patrick's sixth top-10 finish of her career in the Sprint Cup Series, breaking a tie she had with Janet Guthrie for the...Show More Summary
NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano and their Penske team wish this wasn’t the case, as they have a lot of work to do to get the two cars ready to race again from an incident on lap 19. Unfortunately, the race was red flagged for thunderstorms on lap 22, which leaves both teams high and...well, not dry. Read more...
It’s a wet day at Bristol Motor Speedway, so if you’re waiting for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes and Stand Up to Cancer (phew!) to start, NASCAR has a live update page set up for any possible rain delays. They’re drying the track now, but more rain is on the way. Read more...
The eighth race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season takes place at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday afternoon, with the 55th annual Food City 500 live from Tennessee. Fox begins race coverage at 12:30 p.m. ET with Fox NASCAR Sunday,...Show More Summary
Later today, Fox will air the Food City 500 from Bristol, TN, but it has some extra meaning for the network and for one of the beloved members of its NASCAR team. Steve Byrnes, the co-host of NASCAR Race Hub and the lap-by-lap announcer for the Camping World Truck Series, has been battling head-and-neck cancer. Show More Summary
The Sprint Cup heads to Bristol, Tennessee today as drivers will attempt to navigate one of the most unique tracks on the circuit: the Bristol Motor Speedway. Bristol had already created headaches for drivers with its tight dimensions and steep banks around the turns. Show More Summary
Rain will be around for most of the day Sunday but will Mother Nature give NASCAR a window to try and get the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway started and finished? All week, every forecast for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway was calling for rain. Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is hugely popular due in part to its eclectic mix of tracks, and there are few that pique the interest of racing fans quite as much as Bristol Motor Speedway. Bristol is only a half-mile long, but it plays host to some of the lengthiest races in terms of laps at 500. Show More Summary
NASCAR Standings Sprint Cup Series – Xfinity Series – Camping World Truck Series As of: Duck Commander 500 +/- Points Behind Wins 1 Kevin Harvick #4 – Chevrolet – 306 ? 2 2 Joey Logano #22 – Ford – 280 26 1 3 Martin Truex Jr. #78 – Chevrolet – 266 40 0 4 Brad Keselowski #2 – Ford – 246 60 1
It's short-track time on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit, with the high-banked course at Bristol Motor Speedway on tap this weekend for the Food City 500. But before drivers can tackle the big race, they have to earn their spotShow More Summary
A second Kenseth will be in a car for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2015. Ross Kenseth, the son of 2003 Sprint Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth, will drive the team's No. 20 car in the Xfinity Series race at Chicago on Saturday, June 20. "Ross has been working really hard to try to get a good opportunity," Matt Kenseth said Friday. Show More Summary
Although it's a year and one month from the 2014 spring Bristol race, weather history looks like it will repeat itself. So the question will be can NASCAR find a window to get the scheduled Sprint Cup race in on Sunday. Another spring...Show More Summary
One week removed from Jimmie Johnson's second win of the season, the Sprint Cup Series heads back to the short track. Martinsville was fun earlier this year, but Bristol presents an entirely different challenge for the best NASCAR drivers. Thunder Valley has some of the gnarliest banking for a short track around every turn. Show More Summary
Bristol Motor Speedway will welcome NASCAR this weekend and it is set to be an exciting one. The Chase is looming ever nearer for the Sprint Cup racers and they will want to keep securing as many wins as they can (or a first in many cases) to help to secure their places. With the
Fox Sports NASCAR analyst put it best when he said that the circuit passed through its west coast swing and is now in its short track swing. With the exception of Texas Motor Speedway’s 1.5-mile oval, there’s a stretch of short tracks...Show More Summary
Welcome to Random Recaps, our new weekly feature at From The Marbles. In this space, we'll recap a race from the past at the track the where Sprint Cup Series is racing next. This week's race is the 2004 Food City 500. Need to know how Random Recap works? Click here. Show More Summary