CORNELIUS, N.C. — The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to its second consecutive short track this weekend, Richmond International Raceway and the Toyota Owners 400. The .75-mile, D-shaped oval is one of Clint Bowyer’s best and logically, one of his favorite tracks.
It’s back to short-track racing at its best as the Sprint Cup Series travels to Bristol Motor Speedway this weekend. The .533-mile concrete oval is infamous for competitors beatin’ and bangin’ for position.
No. 55 Aaron’s Dream Machine driver Brett Moffitt gets a rare opportunity to race on a familiar track this weekend when the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series visits the high-banked, half-mile Bristol Motor Speedway.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Martinsville Speedway this weekend. The circuit’s shortest track is notorious for its race-time drama with real estate at a premium with 43 cars jammed into the 0.526-mile oval.