The Food City Dirt Race marks the 121st Cup race hosted by Bristol Motor Speedway in the series’ history. Sunday’s Food City Dirt Race will be the first Cup race in history hosted at “The Last Great Colosseum”. The last Cup race on dirt was in 1970 at the North Carolina State Fairgounds in Raleigh where Richard Petty won. Heat races on Saturday will determine the lineup for Sunday’s race. Will anyone be able to beat the dirt veterans such as Christopher Bell, Kyle Larson, or Chase Briscoe? Tune in on FOX Sunday at 3:30 PM ET to find out!
Bristol Motor Speedway is .533 miles (.8 km) long and a 133-mile race that requires 250 laps to complete.
Sunday, March 28th.
The Food City Dirt Race will be at 3:30 PM ET.
The Food City Dirt Race start time is 3:30 p.m. ET Sunday, March. 28. FOX will broadcast the race with radio coverage from PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
The Food City Dirt Race is a 133-mile-long NASCAR Cup Series motor race held at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee.
The Food City Dirt Race is 133 miles, equating to 4214.04 kilometres.
The Food City Dirt Race was first run in 1961, being the inaugural event at the track.
Junior Johnson is the owner with most Bristol wins, with 21 wins total.
Darrell Waltrip holds the record for most Bristol victories, with 12 wins total.