NASCAR at Bristol 2018: TV time table, standings, qualifying drivers for Food City 500
Kyle Busch will look to increase his lead in the Cup Series standings and document a 2nd immediately win as NASCAR heads to the Tennessee mountains this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Food City 500 Bristol Motor Speedway Live Stream
Also called the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile,” Bristol is honestly most akin to Dover’s one-mile circuit because of its excessive banking and urban floor.
Regardless of the surface, Busch has verified he can win anywhere and might be seeking out his 7th Bristol win in the Cup Series.
Behind Busch within the standings, 5 different drivers a number of the top 10 have wins at Bristol — and except Denny Hamlin’s lone win in 2012 – the other four (Joey Logano, Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski and Kurt Busch) have multiple wins.
The Food City 500 is the cornerstone event of the Spring race weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway, and one of the maximum predicted occasions on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule.
Tickets for Adults begin at $60 at the same time as Kids Tickets (12 & under) are ONLY $10.
It’s Bristol Baby!
Race Start: 2:00 PM EST
This weekend, the NASCAR Xfinity Series joins the Cup Series at Thunder Valley. Here’s the overall agenda.
NASCAR at Bristol 2018: TV channel and streaming information
Note: All times are ET
Friday, April 13
Noon-12:fifty five p.M.: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series first exercise, FS1
1:05-1:fifty five p.M.: NASCAR Xfinity Series first practice, FS1
3:05-3:55 p.M.: NASCAR Xfinity Series very last exercise, FS1
4:45 p.M.: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Busch Pole Qualifying, FS1
Streaming: FuboTV (unfastened 7-day trial)
Saturday, April 14
eight:30-9:25 a.M.: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series exercise, FS1
nine:35 a.M.: NASCAR Xfinity Series qualifying, FS1
11:05-eleven:fifty five a.M.: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series final practice, FS1
1 p.M.: NASCAR Xfinity Series Fitzgerald Glider Kits three hundred (300 laps, 159.Nine miles), FS1
Sunday, April 15
2 p.M.: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Food City 500, Fox
Radio: PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio
Distance: 266.5 miles (500 laps); Stage 1 (Ends on Lap a hundred twenty five), Stage 2 (Ends on Lap 250), Final Stage (Ends on Lap 500)
NASCAR Cup Series points standings
1. Kyle Busch Ldr., 7 playoff factors
2. Joey Logano -38
3. Ryan Blaney -fifty one, 2PP
four. Kevin Harvick -fifty nine, 12PP
five. Martin Truex Jr. -sixty six, 7PP
6. Clint Bowyer -sixty seven, 5PP
7. Brad Keselowski -69, 1PP
8. Kurt Busch -92, 2PP
9. Denny Hamlin -94, 1PP
10. Kyle Larson -114
11. Erik Jones -123
12. Aric Almirola -139
thirteen. Austin Dillon -157, 5PP
14. Alex Bowman -162
15. Chase Elliott -168
16. Paul Menard -a hundred and seventy
17. Ryan Newman -171
18. William Byron -181
19. Bubba Wallace -one hundred ninety
20. AJ Allmendinger -193
21. Jimmie Johnson -193
22. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. -193
23. Jamie McMurray -194
24. Chris Buescher -198
25. Michael McDowell -202
26. Daniel Suarez -208
27. Kasey Kahne -218
28. Trevor Bayne -219
29. David Ragan -224
30. Ty Dillon -230
Which NASCAR Cup Series drivers are racing at Bristol?
Chase Elliott, No. 9 crew acquire second extreme penalty of season
There are 39 Cup drivers entered in Sunday’s race, meaning all drivers will make the race with Friday’s qualifying placing their starting positions. Here is the listing of taking part Cup drivers in alphabetical order via first call:
Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr.
Martin Truex Jr.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.