Zoom nascar race

The nascar race starts at 12:00pm EST. The race will be held in the Charlotte Speedway.

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Welcome to today’s NASCAR race at the Zoom Speedway!

The race is about to begin. Let’s meet today’s drivers. In the yellow car, we have Tony Stewart. He has the points lead and three wins this season, but he has crashed out of the last two races. He will be trying to rebound today. In the second position, we have Kurt Busch, who won here earlier this year and finished second in this event last season. Starting third is Jeff Gordon, who finished 13th here last year, his worst showing at this track in over 10 years.

Now let’s get underway! The green flag drops and they are off!

Jeff Gordon quickly jumps out to a lead with teammate Jimmie Johnson close behind him. Kurt Busch also makes a good start and is closing on Johnson for second place. Tony Stewart gets caught up behind some slower cars, but he’ll look for an opening soon to move back up through the field.

NASCAR Cup Series race

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NASCAR Xfinity Series race

The 2020 NASCAR Cup Series will be the 72nd season for NASCAR professional stock car racing in the United States and the 49th season for the modern era Cup Series. The season is sponsored by Best Buy and Busch Beer, and is labelled as the “Cup Series”. The season begins at Daytona International Speedway with the Busch Clash, the Bluegreen Vacations Duel qualifying races, and the 62nd running of the Daytona 500. The regular season will end with the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond Raceway. The playoffs will end with the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 15.

Kevin Harvick enters as the defending champion, also tying a record for most consecutive wins with seven in 2019 after winning his second championship in 2018. He also broke a record for most top fives with 35, previously held by Jimmie Johnson at 32, set in 2007.

Harvick and crew chief Rodney Childers announced on May 2 that they would not return to Stewart-Haas Racing after the 2020 season, instead moving to Chip Ganassi Racing with sponsorship from Mobil 1.

The Panasonic Toyota Racing team today completed the third and final day of a three-day test at the Bahrain International Circuit in preparation for the inaugural Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix on March 14.

Cristiano da Matta covered a race distance of 115 laps (623 km) during the first day of testing in Bahrain. The Brazilian driver was back in action on Friday and Saturday, completing a total of 135 laps (738 km) as he focused on set-up work for the opening race of 2004.

The two-time Champ Car World Series champion spent most of his time working with new Bridgestone tyres and evaluating different set-ups to meet the demands of the Sakhir circuit. Da Matta’s best lap time was 1m 29.828s, set during the first day of testing.

Olivier Panis was driving on Thursday due to da Matta’s travel delay from Argentina after attending the second race in this year’s Champ Car World Series at Monterrey, Mexico. The Frenchman completed 88 laps (489 km), setting a fastest time of 1m 31.109s as he worked on aerodynamics and suspension set-up.

On Friday morning, Olivier Panis continued to develop set-up work on his TF104

The NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway was postponed to Monday at 2 p.m. ET because of inclement weather in the Northeast Alabama region.

The race will air on Fox Sports 1 and be available on the Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel 90. The command to start engines is scheduled for 2:18 p.m. ET.

There is a 50 percent chance of rain in the area when the race starts, according to Weather.com, with a chance of thunderstorms increasing as the day goes on. The forecast calls for scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the day with an 80 percent chance of precipitation when the race begins at 2 p.m. ET.

Bristol Motor Speedway has been the site of many memorable moments throughout racing history, including one of the most famous finishes in NASCAR’s history.

The 1986 race may be known for a famous photo finish among Dale Earnhardt, Geoff Bodine and Darrell Waltrip, but it was what happened to Bobby Allison that turned that race into one of the most memorable events ever at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Allison won the pole for the Goody’s 500 with a speed of 128.709 mph, but when the green flag flew on Aug. 24, 1986, he found himself struggling to keep pace with Ernie Irvan and Terry Labonte. He faded back in the field while they battled for the lead up front.

But on lap 124, Labonte spun out in Turn 4 and hit the wall hard enough to bring out the caution flag. It was not immediately clear if Labonte suffered any injuries on the crash.

Labonte’s crash brought out a red flag for track cleanup as debris littered the track. When that was completed, teams were allowed onto pit road to check on their cars and work on them during the stoppage in action.

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