William Byron led 114 of the 150 laps on his way to winning Sunday’s Food City Showdown at virtual Bristol Motor Speedway.
The eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series Food City Showdown at virtual Bristol Motor Speedway is scheduled to air Sunday at 1 p.m. on Fox and FS1.
The cream rose to the top at Bristol Motor Speedway over the past decade. Of the 10 most recent Food City 500s, seven were won by NASCAR Cup Series champions.
Rusty Wallace welcomed a new century of racing at Bristol Motor Speedway with a milestone victory in the 2000 Food City 500.
Whether it’s real life or the virtual world, a race at Bristol Motor Speedway is one of the biggest highlights of the season for NASCAR on FOX lead announcer Mike Joy.
It’s the second longest race sponsorship in NASCAR with the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway starting in 1992. The Bristol spring race was originally known as the Southeastern 500 and was later sponsored by Valleydale Meats.
Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. believes virtual Bristol Motor Speedway, site of Sunday’s NASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series race, will in some ways be as challenging as the real track.
Timmy Hill has become a bigger name after two weeks of virtual NASCAR racing than in nine years of making appearances in the actual Cup Series.
Kingsport might seem to be an odd place for a race director of the Northeastern-based NASCAR Whelen Modified Series to call home. But that’s the case with Brian Vance, who has served in that capacity since 2006.
Beginning Monday on Facebook and Twitter, “Spring Race Madness” will present eight of the most iconic moments in the history of the Food City 500 and allow fans to vote in a bracket-style competition.
Speedway Videos Productions, in partnership with Kingsport Speedway, will air a replay of the March 29, 2013, race at “The Concrete Jungle” on Sunday.
After last week’s Pro Invitational opener at the virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway drew more than 900,000 viewers on Fox Sports 1, this week’s event at 1 p.m. will be broadcast on the main network.
Tim Byrd won his fourth Volunteer Speedway track championship in 2019. During the offseason, the driver of the blue No. 24 Chevrolet decided that after winning an exciting battle over Johnson City’s Tim Maupin for the Crate Late Model title, it was time to hang up the helmet.
While it looks like a car more suited for the drive-in than the dragstrip, Randy Ellis’ 1957 Chevrolet is a true hot rod.
In the absence of real sports, NASCAR was able to create a positive vibe with the iRacing Pro Invitational Series opener at the virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway.