NASCAR has had tracks come and go throughout the years. Many tracks, like Daytona and Talladega, have been used by NASCAR for decades, but none have been around for as long as Martinsville Speedway.
When FOX Sports debuted their “Best Season Ever” campaign before the season even began, it set a tone that the racing put forth by NASCAR and its teams would be nothing but the best. Everyone has different opinions on what makes the best racing, but whether you consider it good or bad, great or awful, 2021 has already become a year that race fans won’t forget anytime soon.
The first NASCAR Cup Series race on a dirt track in 51 ended with an overtime finish that was conquered by Joey Logano after the race was postponed until Monday due to rain that flooded Bristol Motor Speedway facilities on Sunday.
After being postponed twice due to weather, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ inaugural Bristol dirt race finally ran on Monday afternoon and was dominated by Cup Series champion Martin Truex, Jr.
For 60 years, the high-banked Bristol Motor Speedway, tucked away at the western edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, has provided fans with unforgettable moments and spectacular racing. The first trip of 2021 to Thunder Valley is sure to live up to that standard, but it won’t be on the concrete surface fans know and love.
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