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This is not your father’s Bristol any more.
Monday’s first dirt race in the NASCAR Cup Series in more the 50 years wasn’t over yet when news arrived there would be another.
The NASCAR Cup Series’ first dirt race in more than 50 years didn’t reward a driver with a dirt background, but it did produce a new winner on the season.
Entering the first NASCAR Cup Series dirt race in over 50 years, two names were considered favorites above the rest.
Heavy overnight rain and persistent showers on Sunday have postponed NASCAR’s Truck and Cup Series races on dirt until Monday.
Ryan Blaney topped Alex Bowman in the Friday’s final NASCAR Cup Series practice at the Bristol Dirt Track but it was track conditions Blaney was most concerned about.
Alex Bowman led the way in Friday’s first NASCAR Cup Series practice session held on dirt in more than 50 years.
The kickoff of the 2021 eNASCAR Pro Invitational Series offered a sneak peak at what Cup Series drivers could face this weekend at the Bristol Dirt Track, or did it?
Perhaps appropriately, Stewart Friesen will make his NASCAR Cup Series debut on dirt.
The NASCAR Cup and Truck series races at the reconfigured dirt track at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway will feature heat races to determine their respective starting lineups.