The Supermarket Heroes 500 marks the 119th Cup race hosted by Bristol Motor Speedway in the series’ history. Sunday’s Supermarket Heroes 500 will be the first race of the season season at “The Last Great Colosseum”. The .5-mile oval located in Bristol, Tennessee has a concrete racing surface with 26-30 degrees of banking in the turns and 6-10 degrees of banking on the straightaways. Hall of Fame nominee, Carl Edwards received his infamous nickname of “Concrete Carl” with his success at this track. The track first opened in 1960, the Cup Series held its inaugural race in 61′ and Jack Smith won.
Bristol Motor Speedway is .533 miles (.8 km) long and a 266-mile race that requires 500 laps to complete.
Sunday, May 31st.
The Supermarket Heroes 500 will be at 3:30 PM ET.
The Supermarket Heroes 500 start time is 3:30 p.m. ET Sunday, May. 31. FS1 will broadcast the race with radio coverage from PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
The Supermarket Heroes 500 is a 266-mile-long NASCAR Cup Series motor race held at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee.
The Supermarket Heroes 500 is 266 miles, equating to 428.08 kilometres.
The Supermarket Heroes 500 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.