NASCAR Racing At Nashville

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Welcome NASCAR race fans to my NASCAR blog. While the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series takes the weekend off, the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series head out to Nashville Superspeedway in Lebanon, TN. for a double header race weekend.

Nashville is a 1.333 mile concrete track just outside of Music City. The beauty of winning at this track is that the winner gets a hand painted Gibson guitar. (Kyle Busch was the only driver to attempt to destroy this lovely trophy.)

Three drivers are racing in both races, Kyle Busch, Austin Dillon and Elliott Sadler. Kyle is the only Cup driver to enter both races. Austin is a regular Truck driver also entered in the Nashville 300 race. Elliott is a regular Nationwide driver also entered in the Bully Hill Vineyards 200 race. Cup drivers Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski are entered to race in the Nationwide race.

Practice for both Series’ is on Friday, with the Camping World Trucks qualifying and racing later in the day. Nationwide qualifying and racing will be on Saturday. (For all you NASCAR race fans out there, no you may not see any practice on Friday. SPEED will be showing Pinks All Out all afternoon.)

Brought to you by Sheila Hawley. I love NASCAR.

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