NASCAR officials announced the stage lengths for all three of its major touring series today, including each of the 2021 races scheduled at Bristol Motor Speedway.
BMS executive vice president and general manager Jerry Caldwell and Speedway Motorsports senior vice president of operations and development, Steve Swift answered questions from the media today as the dirt transformation process continues at Bristol Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Cup Series Food City Dirt Race on Sunday, March 28 and the Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt on Saturday night, March 27.
Bristol Motor Speedway officials announced today that the socially-distanced grandstand seating capacity for the historic Food City Dirt Race on Sunday, March 28 has been reached. A limited number of premium seating options still remain to witness the NASCAR Cup Series’ return to dirt in the sport’s modern era.
Spectator tickets will go on sale Friday, January 8 at 9 a.m., for a trio of major dirt racing events coming to Bristol Motor Speedway in 2021 – the World of Outlaws Bristol Bash, World of Outlaws Bristol Throwdown and the Bristol Dirt Nationals – track officials announced today.https://www.bristolmotorspeedway.com/tickets/
Historic Bristol Dragway will serve as one of the Sullivan County COVID-19 vaccination locations for the next two months it was announced today by officials from the track and Sullivan County Health Department.