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Bristol Motor Speedway will host fans at Food City 300

Bristol Motor Speedway will host fans at Food City 300

Bristol Motor Speedway will host a limited number of fans for the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race and the Food City 300. The September 19 Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway is a sellout – at least in socially-distanced terms. However, a limited number of tickets remain for the September 18 Xfinity Series Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Food City 300 will mark the first Xfinity event with fans since March 7.

Working with Tennessee state and local officials, the events will be conducted under the same protocols and guidelines as were in place for the NASCAR All-Star Race at the iconic Northeast Tennessee high-banked oval in July, with the inclusion of one additional protocol: all fans entering the stadium will have their temperatures screened. Between the Friday and Saturday night races, BMS cleaning and sanitation partners will properly disinfect all spectator areas, including grandstands, concourses, suites, restrooms and gate entry areas.

“We are thrilled that fans will be joining us this September for both the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race and Food City 300,” said Jerry Caldwell, executive vice president and general manager, Bristol Motor Speedway. “…hosting major events here with fans during these unprecedented times comes with great responsibility. We anticipate a similar crowd size to July’s NASCAR All-Star Race for Saturday’s event and we will reduce capacity further for Friday night’s race.”

Bristol Motor Speedway hosting spectators at Food City 300 marks the first Xfinity event with fans since March 7. It will also serve as the regular season finale for the Xfinity Series. Additionally, will set the 12-driver field for the Playoffs


The NASCAR Cup Series event is an important cut-off race in the first round of the Playoffs. The Saturday night race is scheduled to start at 7:30 pm. Friday night’s NASCAR Xfinity Series season finale, the Food City 300, is scheduled to start at 7 pm. Cath both races on NBCSN, PRN Radio, and Sirius XM NASCAR Radio.


NASCAR driver Tommy Joe Martins had a very solid race on Friday evening. His No. 44 AAN Adjusters Chevrolet finished stage one in 21st and stage two in the 14th position, respectively. After the checkered flag was given to the field, the Number 44 car was sitting solidly in 15th. This impressive performance led to Martins starting on the pole after an invert of the top-15 finishers for Saturday’s NXS Virginia is For Racing Lovers 250 at Richmond.


Through companies owned by Ken and Tina, a sponsorship arrangement for 2020 was signed with NASCAR’s Xfinity series driver Tommy Joe Martins who drives the 44 car for Martins Motorsports. The 44 car displays Tina and Ken’s company brands at each race. In addition to the Xfinity cars, Ken’s TA2 series car displays the same design.