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Thursday November 19, 2020

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will join the dirt racing fun at Bristol Motor Speedway in 2021 it was announced today by track and NASCAR officials. The Pinty’s Dirt Race will be held Saturday, March 27, as the primary companion race to Sunday’s Food City Dirt Race in the NASCAR Cup Series. 

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  • 11/17/20

    Sugarlands Distilling Company, ‘The Official Moonshine of NASCAR,’ and officials from Bristol Motor Speedway announced a multi-year partnership Tuesday during a press conference at the iconic speedway that designates Sugarlands Distilling Co. as the “Official Moonshine of Bristol Motor Speedway.”

  • 11/13/20

    The Pinnacle Speedway in Lights presented by TVA opens tonight for its 24th season of bringing cheer to the Appalachian Highlands Region. The spectacular magical light show will dazzle visitors with more than 2 million lights illuminating more than 250 festive displays across a four-plus mile route on the Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway property. Check out this highly-recommended list of things to do during your visit to the Pinnacle Speedway in Lights, crafted by the always helpful BMS Elves.

  • 11/12/20

    This year’s Night of Smiles presented by State Water Heaters has a different look and feel, as representatives from each of the regional child-focused agencies being honored will take a tour of the Pinnacle Speedway In Lights in their vehicles and then receive their checks in a socially-distanced manner from SCC-Bristol executive director Claudia Byrd as cars cross the start/finish line of the historic Bristol Motor Speedway oval.

  • 11/10/20

    One of the most popular activities held during the Pinnacle Speedway In Lights at BMS, the Tri-Cities Airport Ice Rink presented by HVAC will be available by advance registration and the rink will be open on most nights starting this Thursday, Nov. 12, through Sunday, Jan. 10. Located in the BMS North Lot, the Ice Rink will have a reduced capacity of skaters this year due to social distancing protocols.

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