Following a speedway news conference Thursday, BMS Executive Vice President and General Manager Jerry Caldwell answered a few questions heading into the 2019 season.
A forecast of 100 percent chance of rain Sunday unfortunately lived up to its billing, playing a major factor in the small crowd at Bristol Motor Speedway for the Food City 500.
Kyle Larson went into the rain-halted Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway with the lead after 204 laps. He was out in front for a good portion of Monday’s action as well.
Kyle Busch brought the bump-and-run back to Bristol Motor Speedway to win Monday's rain-delayed Food City 500.
Kyle Busch earned his seventh Cup Series victory at Bristol Motor Speedway with a timely tap to Kyle Larson’s rear bumper six laps from the end of the Food City 500, which finished Monday following Sunday's suspension.
One of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences occurred Sunday morning riding around Bristol Motor Speedway in the track’s pace car with NASCAR Hall of Famer Darrell Waltrip.
Few things are more unpredictable than the weather. That was a good thing Sunday in the early going for those attending the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Kyle Larson raced out to a seven-second lead in Sunday's Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway before the race was suspended because of rain.
In hopes of beating the rain, today’s schedule at Bristol Motor Speedway has been moved up, including the track walk, the drivers intros and, of course, the race.
The Joe Gibbs Racing driver leads all active drivers with six Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wins at Bristol. He is the track’s all-time leader with 20 wins, counting the Camping World Truck and Xfinity series.
William Byron, 20, Chase Elliott, 22, and Alex Bowman, 24, along with veteran Jimmie Johnson, fill out the storied Hendrick Motorsports racing stable these days.
Jimmie Johnson goes into Sunday's Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway as defending race champion but mired in the longest winless streak of his career — 30 races.
Trevor Bayne is excited about being at his “home” track, but if you really want to see the Knoxville native get excited, just ask him about his younger brother starting his racing career.
Kyle Busch continued his domination of the .533-mile short track Friday to win the pole position for Sunday’s Food City 500, turning a lap of 14.895 seconds at 128.822 mph.
With Darrell Wallace Jr. racing one of the most iconic rides in NASCAR for this Sunday’s Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, it’s hard to believe just 11 months ago he was at a career crossroads.