Sunday’s FanShield 500 NASCAR Cup Series event marks the 48th race hosted by Phoenix Raceway in the series’ history. The 1-mile, low-banked tri-oval located in Avondale, Arizona has an asphalt racing surface with 8 degrees of banking in turn one, 11 degrees in turn two, and 3 degrees on the front stretch. The track first opened in 1964, the Cup Series held its inaugural race with Alan Kulwicki as the winner.
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Phoenix Raceway is 1 mile (1.60 km) long and a 500-mile race that requires 500 laps to complete.
Kyle Busch won the FanShield 500 at Phoenix Raceway, his 54th victory in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Sunday March 8th
The FanShield 500 will be at 3:30 PM ET
The 2020 FanShield 500 start time is 3:30 p.m. ET Sunday, Mar. 8. FOX will broadcast the FanShield 500 with radio coverage from MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
The FanShield 500 is a 500-mile-long NASCAR Cup Series motor race held annually at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Arizona, just outside of Phoenix.
The FanShield 500 is 500 miles.
The FanShield 500 was first run in 2005. Kurt Busch was the event’s first winner on April 23rd, 2005.
Stewart-Haas Racing is the team with most FanShield 500 wins with 5 wins total.
Kevin Harvick holds the record for most FanShield 500 victories with 5 wins total.