Martin Truex Jr., who is seeking his first All-Star Race win, will start on the pole for Wednesday night’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway after a random draw.

Truex will be joined on the front row by Alex Bowman.

Rookie Cole Custer, who earned a spot in the All-Star Race with his win Sunday at Kentucky, will start eighth.

Click here for All-Star Lineup

Among the special rules for the race:

# The Chose Rule will be used. As drivers approach a designated spot on the track, they must commit to the inside or outside lane for the restart.

# The car number will move from the door toward the rear wheel to give sponsors more exposure.

# Cars that have automatically qualified for the All-Star Race will have underglow lights on their cars.

 

NASCAR All-Star Race at Bristol 

Race Time: 8:30 p.m. ET Wednesday

Track: Bristol Motor Speedway; Bristol, Tennessee (0.533-mile speedway)

Length: 140 laps over four segments, 74.6 miles

Segments: Segment 1 is 55 laps. Segment 2 is 35 laps. Segment 3 is 35 laps. Segment 4 is 15 laps (only green flag laps count in this segment).

TV coverage: FS1

Radio: Performance Racing Network (also SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

Streaming: Fox Sports app (subscription required); goprn.com and SiriusXM for audio (subscription required)

Next Xfinity race: Saturday at Texas (200 laps, 300 miles), 3 p.m. ET on NBCSN

Next Truck race: Saturday at Texas (167 laps, 250.5 miles) 8 p.m. ET on FS1

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Perfect match: Evgenia Medvedeva ranked among Top 5 world stars who portrayed anime favorite ‘Sailor Moon’

The poll was conducted by the Japanese outlet Crank In, featuring the best portrayals of the iconic anime schoolgirl by world stars. Along with Medvedeva, the list includes popular singer Billie Eilish and actress Emily Bett Rickards. Two-time world figure…

Man City eliminated from Champions League by Lyon

Pep Guardiola has yet again failed in Europe with Manchester City, suffering what was probably his worst and most embarrassing elimination yet. That in turn meant it was one of the greatest upsets, as a supremely defiant Lyon pulled off…

Brighton striker Maupay snatches late winner to stun Arsenal

For Arsenal, Project Restart hurtled chaotically – but familiarly – into another spectacular false dawn. They had celebrated for seven minutes, at least, after Nicolas Pepe emerged from near-total anonymity to give Mikel Arteta’s side a late lead. But, then,…

Why haven’t French clubs won more European Cups?

It was an indication of things to come, and maybe not quite what European Cup founder Gabriel Hanot had envisioned. In the build-up to the competition’s very first final, in 1955-56, the Stade Reims players had noticed that their star…