NASCAR travels to Nashville Superspeedway for a full weekend of competition. The unique 1.33-mile D-shaped oval is the longest concrete surface track on this year’s schedule.
Last year was the first trip to Nashville for the Cup Series and the race was won by Kyle Larson who led 264 of the 300 laps. This season has produced 12 different Cup Series winners with 10 races remaining in the regular season. This leaves only four available spots for the post-season Playoffs.
The Xfinity Series returned to Nashville in 2021 after a 10-year break with Cup Series driver Kyle Busch taking the checkered flag. Greg Biffle won the inaugural Xfinity Series race at Nashville, his first win in the series, in 2001.
There are only three races left in the Camping World Truck Series regular season. Five drivers have qualified for the Playoffs, leaving five open spots to be filled in those three races. This means that a minimum of two spots will be secured by points. Ryan Preece, running a part-time schedule, is the defending race winner.
All times are Eastern.
Friday, June 24
4 p.m.: Truck Series First Practice (All entries) No TV
4:30 p.m.: Truck Series Qualifying (Impound) Single Vehicle/1 Lap/All
Entries – FS1
5:35 p.m.: Xfinity Series practice (All entries) USA
6:30 p.m.: Cup Series practice (All Entries) USA/MRN
8 p.m.: Truck Series Rackley Roofing 200
Distance: 199.5 Miles (150 Laps)
Saturday, June 25
12 p.m.: Xfinity Series qualifying – (Impound) Single Vehicle/1 Lap/All Entries – USA
1 p.m.: Cup Series qualifying (Impound) Groups A & B/Single Vehicle/1 Lap/2 Rounds) – USA/MRN
3:30 p.m.: Xfinity Series Tennessee Lottery 250
Distance: 250.04 miles (188 Laps)
Stages 45/90/188 Laps
Sunday, June 26
5 p.m.: Cup Series Ally 500
Distance: 399 miles (300 Laps)