Bristol Motor Speedway
David Gravel loves making statements, and boy did he make a big one at Bristol Motor Speedway this weekend. After his downright domination of Friday’s opener at the Bristol, TN 1/2-mile, Gravel returned to victory lane on Sunday afternoon and completed a weekend sweep of the Bristol Throwdown. This time, he did it in […]Read more
BRISTOL, TN Most drivers would agree – driving just one car around Bristol Motor Speedway in a day is hard enough. Kyle Strickler drove two on Sunday afternoon and came out $10, richer. Strickler, of Mooresville, NC, jumped out of his PCC Motorsports Late Model after competing with the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings […]Read more
BRISTOL, TN Devin Moran keeps adding unique trophies to his collection in On Sunday, he earned Bristol Motor Speedway’s iconic sword, to go with his Big Gator from February’s DIRTcar Nationals. The Dresden, OH driver passed Ricky Weiss in traffic with 10 laps to go to win his second World of Outlaws […]Read more
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Jonathan Davenport blasted from a 10th place starting place to run away with the lap Super Late Model portion of Saturday’s Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Davenport showed exactly why he’s nicknamed “Superman,” blowing by NASCAR Cup Series star Kyle Larson with 15 laps to go and racing away for a second win, pocketing $50, in the process.
Larson, who won a heat race earlier in the evening, wound up second. Dirt racing legend Scott Bloomquist finished third followed by Bobby Pierce and Frank Ingram.
Davenport, a three-time Lucas Oil Series national champion, said Saturday night’s victory ranked near the top of his racing accomplishments.
“This ranks right up there with anything I’ve done… it’s the second or third biggest. I put so much emphasis on this race,” said Davenport, who is from Blairsville, Ga. “I just love this place in general. I think it means a lot for us to be here. We’ve had this circled on the calendar for a long time. It means a lot to me.”
Chris Ferguson, who started on the pole and had won a $10,to-win Super Late Model race in Friday’s Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals, fell out of the lead early and wound up seventh.
Larson dominated a lap heat race early in the evening, racing to a comfortable win. But he said he was no match for Davenport in the feature.
“It was a fun race, even finishing second. The track was really good, we were able to move around,” said Larson, who will be back on track here next weekend for the Food City Dirt Race NASCAR Cup Series race.
“Davenport was just a lot better than me. He blew my doors off and put a straightaway on me and maintained it.”
Despite starting deep in the field, Davenport was able to quickly work his way toward the front and by the half-way point he had wrestled the lead from Larson.
“You just never know how things are going to play out. I think it took me maybe 10 laps to get going good. We fired back off on a restart and I could just go by them. I knew then we had a good car,” said the year-old Davenport. “Then we started along Scott (Bloomquist) on a restart, and we fired off so good. I could run wide open through the center. At that point I knew I was going to be really good on the long runs.”
NASCAR Cup star Kyle Busch, who was late arriving at the track after winning the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, advanced to the feature with a second-place finish in the first lap Super Late Model last chance qualifying race.
He started 19th in the feature and wound up 11th, one lap down.
Another NASCAR Cup Series driver, Austin Dillon, started on the pole and led every lap to capture the lap Late Model feature in dominating fashion. Dillon took a half-second win over Ross White with Shan Smith third.
“This was a lot of fun, a blast all weekend long,” said Dillon, who won three events during the week, including a heat race and feature on Tuesday. “It was a good tune up for next weekend.”
Kyle Strickler held off NASCAR Camping World Truck Series star Matt Crafton to claim the lap Modified Open race. Michael Asberry came home third with Curt Spalding fourth and Drake Troutman fifth.
The lap Stock Car race was a family affair with year-old Dallon Murtry beating his father Damon Murty for the win. Derrick Agee wound up third.
In the lap Hornet feature, Jake Benishek was the winner with Jason Ketron second and Kyle Stark third.
The Food City Dirt Race at the dirt-transformed Bristol Motor Speedway is the first race on a dirt surface for the NASCAR Cup Series in more than 50 years. Richard Petty won the last Cup race on dirt in at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh.
The Food City Dirt Race will air on FOX and PRN Radio at p.m. on Sunday, March The weekend also will feature Bush’s Beans Practice Day on Friday, March 26 and the Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt for the Camping World Truck Series on Saturday, March 27, with the green flag dropping under the lights at 8 p.m. and race coverage by FS1 and MRN Radio.
Bristol Motor Speedway Dirt
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$25,to-Win Features on Each Super Late Model Race Night, $, Points Championship Await Racers
BRISTOL, Tenn. (October 5, ) – X.CELERATED announces a massive payout structure for Super Late Models at the second-annual Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals held March April 2, at Bristol Motor Speedway.
After a phenomenal inaugural Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals, XR Events and Bristol Motor Speedway will go even bigger in with an expansion to two weeks of racing as Bristol Motor Speedway’s traditional concrete surface is covered in dirt to host the nation’s very best dirt racers at The Last Great Colosseum. The two weeks will feature eight Super Late Model race nights with each main event paying $25,to-win. Super Late Models are scheduled to race on March 26, , and April ,
In addition to the winner payouts, XR Events announces a Super Late Model points championship with drivers accumulating points each night they race. The top point-earner will win an additional $, as the champion. If one driver is victorious in every Super Late Model race, that would mean a total haul of $,
Complete event information for the Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals will be available soon by visiting www.bristoldirt.com.
World of Outlaws Late Models and DIRTcar UMP Modifieds headline Bristol Bash April
One word set the tone for the World of Outlaws Bristol Bash at the dirt-covered Bristol Motor Speedway: Wow.
The word echoed throughout the infield of the famed half-mile track from drivers to crew members and spectators on site during a World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model test in March as drivers reached average speeds of mph.
On April , Wow will echo throughout the country as race fans will get to see The Most Powerful Late Models on the Planet, along with the DIRTcar UMP Modifieds, make their debut at The Last Great Colosseum.
Its definitely going to be exciting, three-time World of Outlaws Late Model winner Chase Junghans said. I think the atmosphere is going to be really cool, its going to be really fast. I just hope we can come out of there with two cars and have a good finish.
About 40 of the best Late Model drivers and 42 of the best Modified drivers in the country will look to make history by parking their car in the unique elevated Victory Lane at the historic track and pocket big paydays. Fridays event will pay $5, to the winner of the Modified Feature and $10, to the winner of the Late Model Feature. Then, Saturdays Features will pay $10, to the winner of the Modified race and $25, to the winner of the Late Model race.
The winner will also get to take home one of the most iconic trophies in all of motorsports: the highly coveted BMS Gladiator Sword.
The list of all-star Late Model drivers set to battle for the honor include three-time defending World of Outlaws champion Brandon Sheppard, four-time World of Outlaws champion Josh Richards, current World of Outlaws points leader Kyle Strickler, NASCAR Truck Series driver Stewart Friesen, legendary Late Model driver and Tennessee-resident Scott Bloomquist, Jonathan Davenport, Jimmy Owens and more.
For the DIRTcar UMP Modifieds, a host of familiar NASCAR veterans such as David Reutimann, David Stremme, Steve Aprin, Kenny Schrader and NASCAR Truck Series champion Matt Crafton are primed to conquer the dirt version of Bristol.
The Bristol dirt conversion took place from January thru March and was highlighted by track operations crews putting down more than 23, cubic yards of dirt to cover the famous concrete race surface. The dirt was spread via satellite technology with sophisticated graders and bulldozers to get it in just the right positions. The BMS dirt track features 19 degrees of banking in the turns and has a race surface thats 50 feet wide.
Already host to one of the largest dirt racing events in history with more than 1, cars competing in the Karl Kustoms Bristol Dirt Nationals in mid-March and a historic return of the NASCAR Cup Series to dirt racing for the first time in more than 50 years last weekend, everyone knows Bristol Motor Speedway is the Home to Big Events.
The versatile multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue that has been home to so many incredible wow moments during the past 60 years including two World of Outlaws Sprint Cars weekends in and when BMS put dirt down for the first time is ready to make even more memories with the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models and DIRTcar UMP Modifieds in the invitation-only field.
The tracks a lot bigger and a lot different that we usually run on, six-time World of Outlaws winner Dennis Erb Jr. said. Youre going to have to change your car around, and its going to have to be kind of like an endurance deal.
Drivers will get a practice session on Thursday, April 8, and then the Late Models and Modifieds will run full shows on Friday and Saturday, April
Therere no doubt fans will be left saying one thing: Wow.
To make the event as safe as possible for all attendees, BMS is instituting procedures to reduce contact and crowd density as guests and competitors purchase tickets, enter the grounds, enjoy the event and depart the facility. Face coverings will be a required accessory in high-traffic areas inside and outside the stadium for all guests who attend. The Mask Up campaign is part of an important initiative by Bristol Motor Speedway that strongly encourages the public to wear face coverings, not only when they are visiting the Speedway, but also when they are out in the surrounding communities as well, and to follow all of the necessary protocols and guidelines to do their part to help reduce the spread of COVID
Fans can purchase their tickets today atwww.bristolmotorspeedway.com.Reserved grandstand ticket prices are $30 Thursday; $40 each for Friday and Saturday; $80 three-day weekend. Kids (12 and under) tickets are $5 for each day and $10 for the 3-day combo ticket. VIP Parking is available in for $10 per day. Guests are encouraged to purchase their tickets by Wednesday, April 7, to take advantage of a $5 advance-purchase discount.
World of Outlaws Late Model Bristol Bash Prospective Entry List
6JR-Parker Martin, Jr.
20RT-Ricky Thornton, Jr.
Dennis Erb, Jr.
Tony Jackson, Jr.
DIRTcar UMP Modified Bristol Bash Prospective Entry List
17X-Richard Michael Jr.
Lance Grady Jr.
Bristol at model late race
When the World of Outlaws Late Model Series hits the track at 6 p.m. ET on Thursday April 8, it marks the first time the series visits Bristol Motor Speedway. Thats not surprising since the mile bullring is typically asphalt, but when track officials and NASCAR decided to convert the surface for NASCARs Food City Dirt Race, it opened a world of opportunities.
Nearly 40 A-Mains were run March when the track hosted the Bristol Dirt Nationals.
Martin Truex Jr. won the Camping World Truck Series Race on March 29 and Joey Logano was victorious in Cup competition later that same day.
Now its time for dirt professionals at the highest level to tackle the track.
The anticipation for this event, as well as for the return of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series April , promises to make this a marquee race everyone wants to win.
And, for that matter, its anyones race to win. In the first 10 races of the season, Kyle Strickler is the only driver with more than one victory. He won Night 2 and 3 of the DirtCar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Fla.
Those wins propelled him into the points lead where he still stands, but he has not had a top since leaving Florida. Stricklers last four results ended 13th or worse.
Meanwhile Brandon Shephard enters the weekend with a win at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, S.C. and three consecutive top-fives. Compounding the issue is that nearly 30 different drivers have earned top-fives in the Outlaw Late Model Series, so Bristol is anyones to win.
WHAT TO WATCH FOR IN OUTLAW SPRINTS
And while the Outlaws Late Models have not visited the track, Bristol has hosted six Super Late races since Scott Bloomquist won two of those races.
It was big, it’s a special place, Bloomquist said at WorldofOutlaws.com. Just going into [Bristol] is kind of breathtaking, there’s probably not a finer place you could race in the world.
Bloomquist has two top-fives already this season in nine starts.
Chris Ferguson and Jonathan Davenport each won a Super Late Model race during the Bristol Dirt Nationals.
Fans can watch a special pre-race show Thursday night free on DIRTVision from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (ET). It will also be free on Facebook Live and Youtube Live.
A subscription will be required to watch Friday, April 9 when the series runs a lap feature paying $10, to win. Then, they will run another 40 laps on Saturday, April 10, with the winner collecting $25,
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