History of Bristol Motor Speedway
Bristol Motor Speedway is located in Bristol, Tennessee. It is one of the most popular racing venues on the NASCAR circuit. It is known for its extreme high-banked turns, all-concrete surface and amphitheater-style seating. Bristol Motor Speedway can be...
edit]. Bristol Motor Speedway could very easily have opened in 1961 under a
different name. The first proposed site for the ...
When the Volunteer 500 was over, Jack Smith of Spartanburg, S.C., would be
forever written in the history books as the first winner. However, Smith wasn't in
Bristol Motor Speedway Race Winners. Click the link below to see the FULL List
of Bristol Motor Speedway Winners through History. CLICK HERE TO SEE ...
For those that have never been to Bristol Motor Speedway
for NASCAR, try to imagine a football stadium that seats over 150,000 people, and instead of football on the field, they're running a 43 car, high-speed, bumper-to-bumper race at speeds exceeding 120 mph. There a... More »
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Race Results at Bristol Motor Speedway. ... Bristol Motor Speedway. Bristol, TN.
Glossary. NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Recaps. Click on the race number to see ...
Oct 16, 2013 ... (Bristol Motor Speedway)If you can't get a seat for a University of Tennessee
football game in the 102000-seat Neyland Stadium, just wait for ...
Apr 16, 2015 ... There are very few tracks that can match Bristol Motor Speedway for action,
excitement, drama and temperament—uh, make that tempers.