NASCAR Camping World Truck Series regular (No. 29 Ford F-150) Ryan Blaney wins the 33rd Annual Food City 300, his second victory in 24 NASCAR Nationwide Series races.
Cameron Hayley will compete in three NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races this season in the No. 32 Cabinets by Hayley Chevrolet Silverado, beginning at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park on August 31.
Ortho and its complete line of home, lawn and garden pest control products will serve as the anchor partner on the No. 16 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series entry driven by two-time NASCAR Champion Greg Biffle in a multi-year deal.
ARCA Racing Series regular Milka Duno (No. 29 Toyota Camry) will miss the Nationwide Series Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Derrike Cope (No. 70 Chevrolet Camaro) will miss the Nationwide Series Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Matt Frahm (No. 46 Chevrolet Camaro) misses the show for the Nationwide Series Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Carl Long (No. 13 Dodge) does not qualify for the Nationwide Series Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Chase Elliott (No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro) is the top rookie qualifier for the Nationwide Series Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Sprint Cup regular (No. 18 Toyota) Kyle Busch wins the Coors Light Pole Award for the 33rd Annual Food City 300 with a lap of 15.333 seconds, 125.142 mph.
Jeff Gordon missed the pole by 8/1,000ths of a second and will lineup second for Saturday night’s Irwin Tools Night Race.
Kevin Harvick set the 18th new track record of the season in 24 races and shattered the old Bristol track record of 129.991 mph. His top speed was 131.362 mph and set in the final qualification session.
Casey Mears became the third driver to slap the wall in the first session of qualification. Like Almirola’s No. 43, his No. 13 may require a backup.
Aric Almirola followed Kyle Larson into the wall in the first session of qualification. His car appears to have more damage than the No. 42 and may require a backup.
Kyle Larson crashed on his first lap of qualification for the Irwin Tools Night Race. He damaged both the right rear and left front of his No. 42 Chevrolet.
Kevin Harvick posted the quickest 10-lap average in final practice for the Irwin Tools Night Race. His speed of 126.518 mph was recorded early in his run, from laps four through 13.
A rookie took top honors in the first session, so it was only fitting that a sophomore should win final practice. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. posted the single fastest lap of 131.048 mph during that session.
Kyle Busch recorded the quickest average speed in the first practice session for the Irwin Tools Night Race. He went 127.186 mph in a 10-lap session from his lap 57 through 66.
Kyle Larson posted the fastest single lap in the first practice session for the Irwin Tools Night Race. His top speed of 131.083 mph easily eclipsed the old track record of 129.991 mph set this spring by Denny Hamlin.
Michael McDowell will probably be happy if his name does not get mentioned this week at Bristol. His last three efforts on this track ended in two accidents and one blown engine.
Kasey Kahne will race chassis No. 5-809. This is the same car he drove to an eighth-place finish at Bristol in spring.