NASCAR travels to Atlanta Motor Speedway with all three national series competing on the 1.5-mile track. The Craftsman Truck Series and Xfinity Series headline Saturday’s action and the Cup Series will close out the weekend’s events with the Ambetter Health 400.
Hendrick Motorsports’ William Byron is the defending race winner and has won the previous two Cup Series races (Las Vegas Speedway and Phoenix Raceway). Look for him to rebound from penalties assessed after last week’s race at Phoenix which dropped him from fourth to 29th in the points standings.
Austin Hill currently leads the driver standings and will be one of the drivers to watch in the Xfinity Series with two wins this season at Daytona and Las Vegas.
Four drivers entered in the Truck Series event are previous winners including Corey Heim (2022 race winner), Grant Enfinger, John Hunter Nemechek and Matt Crafton.
All times are Eastern.
Friday, March 17
3:05 p.m.: Truck Series Qualifying- FS1
4:35 p.m.: Xfinity Series Qualifying – FS1
Saturday, March 18
11:35 a.m.: Cup Series Qualifying
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2 p.m.: Truck Series Fr8 208
Distance: 207.9 miles (135 Laps)
Stages end on Lap 30, Lap 60, Lap 135
The Purse: $673,693
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5 p.m.: Xfinity Series RAPTOR 250
Distance: 251.02 miles (163 Laps)
Stages end on Lap 40, Lap 80, Lap 163
The Purse: $1,274,624
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Sunday, March 19
3 p.m.: Cup Series Ambetter Health 400
Distance: 400 miles (260 laps)
Stages end on Lap 60, Lap 160, Final Stage ends on Lap 260
The Purse: $8,725,965
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