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    Race #9 - Supermarket Heroes 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway

    Race Weekend at a Glance:
    Race:
    Supermarket Heroes 500 (Race #9 of 36), 500 laps (266.5 miles)
    Track: Bristol Motor Speedway (0.533-mile oval) in Bristol, Tennessee
    TV: Sunday, May 31, at 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1

    Inaugural Race: 1961 Volunteer 500
    1. Jack Smith, #46 Pontiac
    2. Fireball Roberts, #46 Pontiac
    3. Ned Jarrett, #11 Chevrolet
    4. Richard Petty, #43 Plymouth
    5. Buddy Baker, #87 Chrysler
    Polesitter: Fred Lorenzen, #28 Ford

    Last Year's Race: 2019 Food City 500
    1. Kyle Busch, #18 Toyota
    2. Kurt Busch, #1 Chevrolet
    3. Joey Logano, #22 Ford
    4. Ryan Blaney, #12 Ford
    5. Denny Hamlin, #11 Toyota
    Polesitter: Chase Elliott, #9 Chevrolet

    Entry List:
    _1) #00 Quin Houff, Mane 'n Tail Shampoo Chevrolet
    _2) #_1 Kurt Busch, Monster Energy Drink Chevrolet
    _3) #_2 Brad Keselowski, Discount Tire Ford
    _4) #_3 Austin Dillon, Symbicort Chevrolet
    _5) #_4 Kevin Harvick, Hunt Brothers Pizza Ford
    _6) #_6 Ryan Newman, Castrol Ford
    _7) #_7 J.J. Yeley, PCA Rx/4U Rx Chevrolet
    _8) #_8 Tyler Reddick, Alsco Uniforms Chevrolet
    _9) #_9 Chase Elliott, NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet
    10) #10 Aric Almirola, Smithfield Ford
    11) #11 Denny Hamlin, FedEx Express Toyota
    12) #12 Ryan Blaney, Richmond Water Heaters/Menards Ford
    13) #13 Ty Dillon, GEICO Chevrolet
    14) #14 Clint Bowyer, Built Ford Proud Ford
    15) #15 Brennan Poole, Spartan Mosquito Pro Tech Chevrolet
    16) #17 Chris Buescher, SunnyD Ford
    17) #18 Kyle Busch, Skittles Toyota
    18) #19 Martin Truex, Jr., Auto-Owners Insurance Toyota
    19) #20 Erik Jones, Stanley Tools Toyota
    20) #21 Matt DiBenedetto, Reese Towpower/Draw-Tite Ford
    21) #22 Joey Logano, Autotrader Ford
    22) #24 William Byron, Axalta Chevrolet
    23) #27 Gray Gaulding, Panini Trading Cards Ford
    24) #32 Corey LaJoie, Enlisted Nine/JDog Brands Ford
    25) #34 Michael McDowell, Love's Travel Stops/Luber-Finer Ford
    26) #37 Ryan Preece, Bush's Best Beans Chevrolet
    27) #38 John Hunter Nemechek, Scag Power Equipment Ford
    28) #41 Cole Custer, Haas Tooling Ford
    29) #42 Matt Kenseth, McDonald's Chevrolet
    30) #43 Bubba Wallace, Victory Junction Chevrolet
    31) #47 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Kroger/Purina Pet Food/Bush's Best Beans Chevrolet
    32) #48 Jimmie Johnson, Ally Financial Chevrolet
    33) #51 Joey Gase, Rick Ware Racing Chevrolet
    34) #53 Bayley Currey, Belmont Classic Cars Chevrolet
    35) #66 Timmy Hill, Pit Boss Grills Toyota
    36) #77 Garrett Smithley, Spire Motorsports Chevrolet
    37) #78 B.J. McLeod, Circle Track Warehouse Auction Ford
    38) #88 Alex Bowman, Adam's Polishes/Chevy Goods Chevrolet
    39) #95 Christopher Bell, JBL Audio Toyota
    40) #96 Daniel Suarez, Toyota It's Good to Be Genuine/Toyota Parts and Service Toyota
    Last edited by NC_RaiderFan5; 06-01-2020 at 11:23 AM.

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    40 cars are entered for 40 starting spots in the 2020 Supermarket Heroes 500.

    Changes:
    J.J. Yeley returns to the #7 Chevrolet
    Bayley Currey will make his NASCAR Cup Series season debut in the #53 Chevrolet
    Garrett Smithley returns to the #77 Chevrolet

    Non-Charter Cars:
    #_7 J.J. Yeley
    #66 Timmy Hill
    #78 B.J. McLeod
    #96 Daniel Suarez
    Last edited by NC_RaiderFan5; 05-29-2020 at 03:04 PM.

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    NASCAR XFINITY SERIES
    Race Weekend at a Glance:
    Race:
    Cheddar's 300 (Race #7 of 33), 300 laps (159.9 miles)
    Track: Bristol Motor Speedway (0.533-mile oval) in Bristol, Tennessee
    TV: Saturday, May 30, at 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1

    Inaugural Race: 1982 Southeastern 150 (150 laps)
    1. Phil Parsons, #28 Pontiac
    2. David Pearson, #21 Pontiac
    3. Tommy Ellis, #36 Pontiac
    4. Jack Ingram, #11 Pontiac
    5. Brad Teague, #15 Pontiac
    Polesitter: David Pearson, #21 Pontiac

    Last Year's Race: 2019 Alsco 300
    1. Christopher Bell, #20 Toyota
    2. Tyler Reddick, #2 Chevrolet
    3. Cole Custer, #00 Ford
    4. Chase Briscoe, #98 Ford
    5. John Hunter Nemechek, #23 Chevrolet
    Polesitter: Cole Custer, #00 Ford

    Entry List:
    _1) #02 Patrick Emerling, Robert B. Our Company Chevrolet
    _2) #07 Carson Ware, Dream Giveaway Chevrolet
    _3) #08 Joe Graf, Jr., Core Development Group Chevrolet
    _4) #_0 Jeffrey Earnhardt, JD Motorsports Chevrolet
    _5) #_1 Michael Annett, Pilot/Flying J Chevrolet
    _6) #_4 Jesse Little, Visit Kingsport/Tufco Chevrolet
    _7) #_5 Matt Mills, J.F. Electric Chevrolet
    _8) #_6 B.J. McLeod, JD Motorsports Chevrolet
    _9) #_7 Justin Allgaier, Suave Men Chevrolet
    10) #_8 Daniel Hemric, South Point Hotel and Casino Chevrolet
    11) #_9 Noah Gragson, Plan B Sales Chevrolet
    12) #10 Ross Chastain, Nutrien Ag Solutions Chevrolet
    13) #11 Justin Haley, LeafFilter Gutter Protection Chevrolet
    14) #13 Chad Finchum, MBM Motorsports Toyota
    15) #15 Colby Howard, Project Hope Foundation Chevrolet
    16) #16 A.J. Allmendinger, Ellsworth Advisors Chevrolet
    17) #18 Riley Herbst, Monster Energy Drink Toyota
    18) #19 Brandon Jones, Pelonis/Menards Toyota
    19) #20 Harrison Burton, Dex Imaging Toyota
    20) #21 Myatt Snider, TaxSlayer Chevrolet
    21) #22 Austin Cindric, Odyssey Battery Ford
    22) #36 Alex Labbe, Prolon Controls Chevrolet
    23) #39 Ryan Sieg, CMR Roofing Chevrolet
    24) #44 Tommy Joe Martins, Gilreath Farms Red Angus Chevrolet
    25) #47 Joe Nemechek, Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet
    26) #51 Jeremy Clements, Repairable Vehicles Chevrolet
    27) #52 Kody Vanderwal, Jimmy Means Racing Chevrolet
    28) #61 Timmy Hill, RoofClaim.com Toyota
    29) #66 Stephen Leicht, CrashClaimsR.Us Toyota
    30) #68 Brandon Brown, Mid-Atlantic Wrecker Service Chevrolet
    31) #74 Bayley Currey, Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet
    32) #78 Vinnie Miller, Koolbox Chevrolet
    33) #90 Ronnie Bassett, Jr., Bassett Gutters and More Chevrolet
    34) #92 Josh Williams, DGM Racing Chevrolet
    35) #93 Jeff Green, C2 Freight Chevrolet
    36) #98 Chase Briscoe, HighPoint Technology Services and Solutions Ford
    37) #99 Mason Massey, Gerber Collision and Glass Toyota

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    Sorry NC, you owe me 1
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    Jimmie makes the same mistake Kyle did but no one will say anything lol. Just be glad JJ didn’t do that to Chase.

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    Little different, there was another factor involved but yea basically the same.
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    Oh look chase wrecked someone going for the win let’s all ridicule him now

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    Oh look chase wrecked someone going for the win let’s all ridicule him now
    yep drove in way too deep, and took out the winner. Logano will get him
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkieMark48 View Post
    Little different, there was another factor involved but yea basically the same.
    The biggest difference was Kyle took out the golden boy. Otherwise it was the same mistake

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    The biggest difference was Kyle took out the golden boy. Otherwise it was the same mistake
    Not really... the 47 had to stop in the straightaway bc the 42 got loose off. Kyle just wasn't paying attention to where he was in relation to the 9. Same mistake but for different reasons.. You've been watching racing long enough to understand that, cmon man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkieMark48 View Post
    Not really... the 47 had to stop in the straightaway bc the 42 got loose off. Kyle just wasn't paying attention to where he was in relation to the 9. Same mistake but for different reasons.. You've been watching racing long enough to understand that, cmon man.
    My main point is if it was Chase there’d be more of an outcry. A mistake is a mistake regardless. Kyle got ridiculed to death because he made that mistake to Chase. Plus he’s Kyle lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    My main point is if it was Chase there’d be more of an outcry. A mistake is a mistake regardless. Kyle got ridiculed to death because he made that mistake to Chase. Plus he’s Kyle lol.
    Part of it was bc it was chase, and part of it was bc of the talent Kyle has, and part of it is Kyle Busch is one of the most disliked drivers wrecking one of (if not the most) popular drivers. If it was Timmy Hill that did it they would just chalk it up to him sucking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkieMark48 View Post
    yep drove in way too deep, and took out the winner. Logano will get him
    Joey’s comments were funny cause he never admits he ****ed up and says sorry lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkieMark48 View Post
    Part of it was bc it was chase, and part of it was bc of the talent Kyle has, and part of it is Kyle Busch is one of the most disliked drivers wrecking one of (if not the most) popular drivers. If it was Timmy Hill that did it they would just chalk it up to him sucking.
    Yup pretty much. The list of drivers owing one to another driver is quickly adding up haha

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    I will say this.. I feel like this unload them and race strategy NASCAR has made has created some great racing.
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