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    Exhibition Race - NASCAR All-Star Race at Bristol Motor Speedway

    Race Weekend at a Glance:
    Race:
    NASCAR All-Star Race (Exhibition Race), 140 laps (74.6 miles)
    Track: Bristol Motor Speedway (0.533-mile oval) in Bristol, Tennessee
    TV: Wednesday, July 15, at 8:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1

    Inaugural Race: 1985 The Winston (105 miles at Charlotte)
    1. Darrell Waltrip, #11 Chevrolet
    2. Harry Gant, #33 Chevrolet
    3. Terry Labonte, #44 Chevrolet
    4. Cale Yarborough, #28 Ford
    5. Tim Richmond, #27 Pontiac
    Polesitter: Terry Labonte, #44 Chevrolet

    Last Year's Race: 2019 Monster Energy All-Star Race (127.5 miles at Charlotte)
    1. Kyle Larson, #42 Chevrolet
    2. Kevin Harvick, #4 Ford
    3. Kyle Busch, #18 Toyota
    4. Joey Logano, #22 Ford
    5. Bubba Wallace, #43 Chevrolet
    Polesitter: Clint Bowyer, #14 Ford

    Entry List:
    _1) #_1 Kurt Busch, Monster Energy Drink Chevrolet
    _2) #_2 Brad Keselowski, Discount Tire/Wabash National Ford
    _3) #_4 Kevin Harvick, Busch Light Apple Ford
    _4) #_6 Ryan Newman, Oscar Mayer Bacon Ford
    _5) #_9 Chase Elliott, UniFirst Uniforms/NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet
    _6) #11 Denny Hamlin, FedEx Ground Toyota
    _7) #12 Ryan Blaney, BodyArmor Sports Drink Ford
    _8) #18 Kyle Busch, M&M's/Interstate Batteries Toyota
    _9) #19 Martin Truex, Jr., Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats and ATVs Toyota
    10) #20 Erik Jones, Craftsman Tools Toyota
    11) #22 Joey Logano, Shell-Pennzoil/Discount Tire Ford
    12) #41 Cole Custer, Haas Tooling/Autodesk Fusion 360 Ford
    13) #42 Matt Kenseth, McDonald's McDelivery Chevrolet
    14) #48 Jimmie Johnson, Ally Financial/Blue Cross-Blue Shield of N.C. Chevrolet
    15) #77 Justin Haley, Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet
    16) #88 Alex Bowman, Adam's Polishes/Chevy Goods Chevrolet
    17) #10 Aric Almirola, Smithfield Ford
    18) #24 William Byron, Axalta Sea Glass/Liberty University Chevrolet
    19) #21 Matt DiBenedetto, FVP Full Synthetic Motor Oil/Menards Ford
    20) #14 Clint Bowyer, Rush Truck Centers/Mobil 1 Ford
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    Race Weekend at a Glance:
    Race:
    NASCAR All-Star Open (Exhibition Race), 85 laps (45.3 miles)
    Track: Bristol Motor Speedway (0.533-mile oval) in Bristol, Tennessee
    TV: Wednesday, July 15, at 7 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1

    Inaugural Race: 1986 Atlanta Invitational (152.2 miles at Atlanta)
    1. Benny Parsons, #55 Oldsmobile
    2. Tim Richmond, #25 Chevrolet
    3. Bobby Hillin, Jr., #8 Buick
    4. Lake Speed, #4 Oldsmobile
    5. Joe Ruttman, #26 Buick
    Polesitter: Kyle Petter, #7 Ford

    Last Year's Race: 2019 Monster Energy Open (75 miles at Charlotte)
    1. William Byron, #24 Chevrolet
    2. Bubba Wallace, #43 Chevrolet
    3. Kyle Larson, #42 Chevrolet
    4. Ty Dillon, #13 Chevrolet
    5. Alex Bowman, #88 Chevrolet
    Polesitter: Daniel Hemric, #8 Chevrolet

    Entry List:
    _1) #00 Quin Houff, Permatex/U.S. Foods Chevrolet
    _2) #_3 Austin Dillon, Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Off Road Chevrolet
    _3) #_8 Tyler Reddick, Food City/Childress Vineyards Chevrolet
    _4) #10 Aric Almirola, Smithfield Ford
    _5) #13 Ty Dillon, GEICO Hump Day Chevrolet
    _6) #14 Clint Bowyer, Rush Truck Centers/Mobil 1 Ford
    _7) #15 Brennan Poole, Remember Everyone Deployed Chevrolet
    _8) #17 Chris Buescher, Fastenal/Honeywell Ford
    _9) #21 Matt DiBenedetto, FVP Full Synthetic Motor Oil/Menards Ford
    10) #24 William Byron, Axalta Chevrolet
    11) #27 J.J. Yeley, Greenlight Debit Card For Kids Ford
    12) #32 Corey LaJoie, Trump 2020/Patriots of America Political Action Committee Ford
    13) #34 Michael McDowell, Love's Travel Stops Ford
    14) #37 Ryan Preece, Energizer Batteries/Morton Buildings Chevrolet
    15) #38 John Hunter Nemechek, Yanmar Diesel Engines/Folds of Honor/Mystik Lubricants Ford
    16) #43 Bubba Wallace, World Wide Technology Chevrolet
    17) #47 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Cottonelle/Kroger Chevrolet
    18) #51 Joey Gase, Red Rock Secured Gold Ford
    19) #53 Garrett Smithley, Chantz Scott Auto Group/Fort Worth Screen Printing Chevrolet
    20) #95 Christopher Bell, Procore Construction Software/Germania Insurance Toyota
    21) #96 Daniel Suarez, Toyota It's Good to Be Genuine/Toyota Parts and Service Toyota
    Last edited by NC_RaiderFan5; 07-16-2020 at 02:28 PM.

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    Open Segment winners in no particular order... Bowyer, MattyD, Byron... Vote In-Wallace
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    Pretty good race overall. The under glow was kinda lame. The lane choice cone was awesome. The last segment feels too short but I get it. Iím glad it was at a short track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkieMark48 View Post
    Open Segment winners in no particular order... Bowyer, MattyD, Byron... Vote In-Wallace
    Not bad.

    Think Wallace would have been the vote in, if he wasn't turned by McDowell.

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    He is talking about the one and only, pure trash: Ereck Flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyskilla View Post
    His stern face can give that impression but I don't feel that's the case. New York isn't an easy place to play at, so honestly I can see his confidence at an all-time low for him.

    I don't think he's a bust. I think he just needs the right motivation to pick himself up & play harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCSownsU View Post
    Not bad.

    Think Wallace would have been the vote in, if he wasn't turned by McDowell.

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    they said bowyer was the overall vote winner. 3/4 aint bad.. if I knew the starting lineup its definitely possible I woulda picked Almirola as a segment winner, but I dont know who I woulda ditched
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    Pretty good race overall. The under glow was kinda lame. The lane choice cone was awesome. The last segment feels too short but I get it. Iím glad it was at a short track.
    Cone choice was awesome. They needed to run the underglow all the way around the car. It definitely would have been seen, people dont realize how bright those LED lights are.
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    Thought the race was painfully boring...very disappointing for an All-Star Race at Bristol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkieMark48 View Post
    they said bowyer was the overall vote winner. 3/4 aint bad.. if I knew the starting lineup its definitely possible I woulda picked Almirola as a segment winner, but I dont know who I woulda ditched
    Ah didn't hear that.

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    He is talking about the one and only, pure trash: Ereck Flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyskilla View Post
    His stern face can give that impression but I don't feel that's the case. New York isn't an easy place to play at, so honestly I can see his confidence at an all-time low for him.

    I don't think he's a bust. I think he just needs the right motivation to pick himself up & play harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC_RaiderFan5 View Post
    Race Weekend at a Glance:
    Race:
    NASCAR All-Star Open (Exhibition Race), 85 laps (45.3 miles)
    Track: Bristol Motor Speedway (0.533-mile oval) in Bristol, Tennessee
    TV: Wednesday, July 15, at 7 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1

    Inaugural Race: 1986 Atlanta Invitational (152.2 miles at Atlanta)
    1. Benny Parsons, #55 Oldsmobile
    2. Tim Richmond, #25 Chevrolet
    3. Bobby Hillin, Jr., #8 Buick
    4. Lake Speed, #4 Oldsmobile
    5. Joe Ruttman, #26 Buick
    Polesitter: Kyle Petter, #7 Ford

    Last Year's Race: 2019 Monster Energy Open (75 miles at Charlotte)
    1. William Byron, #24 Chevrolet
    2. Bubba Wallace, #43 Chevrolet
    3. Kyle Larson, #42 Chevrolet
    4. Ty Dillon, #13 Chevrolet
    5. Alex Bowman, #88 Chevrolet
    Polesitter: Daniel Hemric, #8 Chevrolet
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    Entry List:
    _1) #00 Quin Houff, Permatex/U.S. Foods Chevrolet
    _2) #_3 Austin Dillon, Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Off Road Chevrolet
    _3) #_8 Tyler Reddick, Food City/Childress Vineyards Chevrolet
    _4) #10 Aric Almirola, Smithfield Ford
    _5) #13 Ty Dillon, GEICO Hump Day Chevrolet
    _6) #14 Clint Bowyer, Rush Truck Centers/Mobil 1 Ford
    _7) #15 Brennan Poole, Remember Everyone Deployed Chevrolet
    _8) #17 Chris Buescher, Fastenal/Honeywell Ford
    _9) #21 Matt DiBenedetto, FVP Full Synthetic Motor Oil/Menards Ford
    10) #24 William Byron, Axalta Chevrolet
    11) #27 J.J. Yeley, Greenlight Debit Card For Kids Ford
    12) #32 Corey LaJoie, Trump 2020/Patriots of America Political Action Committee Ford
    13) #34 Michael McDowell, Love's Travel Stops Ford
    14) #37 Ryan Preece, Energizer Batteries/Morton Buildings Chevrolet
    15) #38 John Hunter Nemechek, Yanmar Diesel Engines/Folds of Honor/Mystik Lubricants Ford
    16) #43 Bubba Wallace, World Wide Technology Chevrolet
    17) #47 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Cottonelle/Kroger Chevrolet
    18) #51 Joey Gase, Red Rock Secured Gold Ford
    19) #53 Garrett Smithley, Chantz Scott Auto Group/Fort Worth Screen Printing Chevrolet
    20) #95 Christopher Bell, Procore Construction Software/Germania Insurance Toyota
    21) #96 Daniel Suarez, Toyota It's Good to Be Genuine/Toyota Parts and Service Toyota


    Are you planning to post new information on the races soon?

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    Up now...sorry, just got back from vacation

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