FOOD CITY 500 AT BRISTOL MOTOR SPEEDWAY
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Location: Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tenn.
Seating Capacity: 162,000
Series: NASCAR Cup
Original Name: Southeastern 500
Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway TicketsOriginally known as the Southeastern 500, this race has changed names over the years, finally becoming known as the Food City 500 in 1992. This exciting event receives a bit of its drama from its venue, the Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tenn. This legendary track has created some of the most dramatic events in NASCAR history, and fans are always treated to incredible race car action when they see the Food City 500 race in person. The Bristol Motor Speedway is one of the shortest courses on the NASCAR circuit, measuring just .533 miles around. This short oval concrete track provides an exciting challenge for drivers of all skill levels. The Food City 500 has a reputation for providing incredible races, drawing tens of thousands of spectators from around the world to watch the best drivers on the NASCAR circuit compete for the checkered flag. When you're ready to see some edge-of-your-seat racing in person, get your tickets for the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway at StubHub.
How big is the Bristol Motor Speedway?The legendary Bristol Motor Speedway is a .533-mile high-banked concrete oval track that has been a NASCAR staple since 1961. Referred to as the "Last Great Colosseum," the Speedway features 600-foot straightaways and progressively banked turns that go from 24 to 28 degrees as you head around the turns. The track is 40-feet wide, and grandstands completely surround the track, making every roar of the engine and cheer of the fans echo around the speedway.
When is the Food City 500?Mark your calendar to attend the Food City 500 in person on April 5, 2020.
What is the Food City 500 experience like?If you like your NASCAR racing loud and fast, the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway is the race for you. Add to the half-mile oval track, thousands of screaming fans cheering on their favorite drivers with each turn, and you have an extremely exciting and intense race. This is a race that must be seen in person to experience its full impact. The unique design of Bristol Motor Speedway adds to the intensity of the race, giving fans the ultimate NASCAR race getaway.
What is a recap of the 2019 Food City 500?The 2019 Food City 500 became the battle of the brothers as Kyle Busch edged out his brother Kurt Busch by .722 seconds to win the race. Driving a Skittles Toyota race car for Joe Gibbs Racing, Kyle won the race in 2 hours, 56 minutes and 38 seconds. The race had an average speed of 90.527 mph and saw 21 lead changes with 15.4% of the race run under a caution flag. Joey Logano led the most laps with 146 while Kyle Busch led for the last 19 laps. Other drivers who finished in the top 10 include Joey Logano (3rd), Ryan Blaney (4th), Denny Hamlin (5th), Paul Menard (6th), Clint Bowyer (7th), Daniel Suarez (8th), Ryan Newman (9th) and Jimmie Johnson (10th). A few of the other drivers who finished the race include Austin Dillon, Brad Keselowski, Bubba Wallace, David Ragan and Martin Truex Jr to name a few.
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