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Wrap-up

Bristol - Supermarket Heroes 500

by Anthony Ballantoni
Updated On: June 2, 2020, 11:25 am ET

Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee hosted the NASCAR Cup and XFINITY Series races on Sunday and Monday. The Cup Series featured the 500-lap Supermarket Heroes 500 on Sunday afternoon which earned Brad Keselowski his 2nd straight Cup Series victory. Last week's weather problems at Charlotte Motor Speedway forced an extra day of racing in North Carolina. This forced NASCAR to move the XFINITY Series 303-lap (3 lap Overtime) Cheddar's 300 at the 0.533-mile concrete oval in Tennessee from Saturday to Monday night. The NASCAR Gander Truck Series will return to action on Sat, June 6, with the Vet Tix/Camping World 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The latest results and upcoming scheduled events for NASCAR feeder series are included below as well as details on all tracks mentioned in this column.

                        NASCAR Cup Series (NCS)

Sun, May 31, Supermarket Heroes 500 - Bristol Motor Speedway (BMS) - 500 laps
- Qualifying was not held for this event. The lineup was set based on a combination of the results in the last NCS race and then a random drawing. P1 went to Brad Keselowski (#2 Ford Mustang) with #10 Aric Almirola sharing Row 1 in the P2 spot. #22 Joey Logano, #12 Ryan Blaney, #19 Martin Truex Jr., #9 Chase Elliott, #18 Kyle Busch, #4 Kevin Harvick, #21 Matt DiBenedetto and #11 Denny Hamlin made up the remainder of the top-10 in the starting lineup. Did not qualify: No one, 40 cars entered for 40-car lineup.

- Pole-sitter Brad Keselowski (#2 Ford Mustang) scored his 32nd victory in 386 NCS races. This is his 2nd victory (Charlotte, Bristol) and 6th top-10 finish in 2020. It is his 3rd victory and 7th top-10 finish in 21 races at Bristol. Clint Bowyer (2nd) posted his 16th top-10 finish in 29 BMS races and his 3rd top-10 finish in 2020. Jimmie Johnson (3rd) earned his 22nd top-10 finish in 37 races at Bristol. Christopher Bell (9th) was the highest finishing Sunoco Rookie of the Year (ROTY) contender. Kevin Harvick (finished 11th) leads the point standings by 24 points over Joey Logano (finished 21st). Next on the NCS schedule: Sun, Jun 7, Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 - Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) - 325 laps.

TOP 16 - NCS Playoff Contenders (G/L):
1. Kevin Harvick
2. Joey Logano
3. Chase Elliott
4. Brad Keselowski +1
5. Alex Bowman -1
6. Martin Truex Jr. +1
7. Denny Hamlin +1
8. Ryan Blaney -2
9. Kyle Busch +3
10. Kurt Busch
11. Aric Almirola -2
12. Clint Bowyer +2
13. Matt DiBenedetto -2
14. Erik Jones -1
15. Jimmie Johnson +1
16. Austin Dillon -1

                            NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS)

Mon, Jun 1, Cheddar's 300 - Bristol Motor Speedway (BMS) - 300 laps (+3 laps OT)
- Qualifying was not held for this event. The lineup was set based on a combination of the results in the last NXS race and then a random drawing. P1 went to Harrison Burton (#20 Toyota Supra) with #19 Brandon Jones sharing Row 1 in the P2 spot. #22 Austin Cindric, #11 Justin Haley, #39 Ryan Sieg, #10 Ross Chastain, #18 Riley Herbst, #8 Daniel Hemric, #9 Noah Gragson and #7 Justin Allgaier made up the remainder of the top-10 in the starting lineup. Did not qualify: No one, 37 cars entered for 40-car lineup.

- Noah Gragson (#9 Chevrolet Camaro) scored his 2nd victory in 43 NXS races. This is his 2nd victory and 5th top-10 finish in 2020 and his 1st victory and 2nd top-10 finish in 3 races at Bristol. Chase Briscoe (2nd) posted his 3rd top-10 finish in 5 BMS races. It is his 5th top-10 finish in 2020. Brandon Jones (3rd) earned his 3rd top-10 finish in 10 races at Bristol. Pole-sitter Harrison Burton (4th) was the highest finishing ROTY. Chase Briscoe leads the NXS point standings by 9 points over Noah Gragson. Next on the NXS schedule: Sat, Jun 6, EchoPark 250 - Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) - 162 laps.

TOP 12 - NXS Playoff Contenders (G/L):
1. Chase Briscoe
2. Noah Gragson +3
3. Harrison Burton +1
4. Justin Allgaier +2
5. Ross Chastain -2
6. Austin Cindric -4
7. Brandon Jones +1
8. Justin Haley +1
9. Ryan Sieg -2
10. Riley Herbst +1
11. Daniel Hemric +2
12. Brandon Brown

                     NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (GOT)

Next up for the GOT: Sat, Jun 6, Vet Tix/Camping World 200 - Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) - 130 laps.

TOP 10 - GOT Playoff Contenders (G/L):
1. Austin Hill
2. Johnny Sauter
3. Zane Smith +3
4. Ben Rhodes -1
5. Brett Moffitt -1
6. Sheldon Creed -1
7. Grant Enfinger
8. Christian Eckes
9. Tyler Ankrum +5
10. Codie Rohrbaugh

                          NASCAR Feeder Series

ARCA Menards Series: Fri, Mar 6, General Tire 150 - Phoenix Raceway (PR) - 150 laps
Winner: Chandler Smith - Pole: Ty Gibbs - Points Leader: Michael Self
Next: Sat, Jun 20, General Tire 200 - Talladega Superspeedway

ARCA Menards East:
2020 Season Opener: Sat, Jun 13, Herr's Potato Chips 200 - Toledo Speedway - 200 laps

ARCA Menards West: Thu, Feb 20, Star Nursery 150 - The Bullring at Las Vegas
Winner: Sam Mayer - Pole: Sam Mayer - Points Leader: Sam Mayer
Next: Not yet announced.

Whelen Modified Tour:
2020 Season Opener: Sun, Jun 21, Wade Cole Memorial 133 - Jennerstown Speedway

Pinty's Series:
2020 Season Opener: Not yet announced.

Peak Mexico Series:
2020 Season Opener: Not yet announced.

                                Track Details

Atlanta Motor Speedway - 1.54-mile oval in Hampton, Georgia
Bristol Motor Speedway - 0.533-mile concrete oval in Bristol, Tennessee
Charlotte Motor Speedway - 1.5-mile oval in Concord, North Carolina
Jennerstown Speedway - 0.522-mile oval in Jennerstown, Pennsylvania
Las Vegas Motor Speedway (The Bullring) - 3/8-mile paved oval in Las Vegas, Nevada
Phoenix Raceway - 1-mile tri-oval in Avondale, Arizona
Toledo Speedway - 0.5-mile oval in Toledo, Ohio

Anthony Ballantoni
Anthony Ballantoni is a Senior Sports Writer at Rotoworld.com.