Bristol race 2020, the race of champions. The stars of this season's premier NASCAR series, the Cup series, will take to the skies in an epic no holds barred fight for one million at the premier all-star race in Bristol, Tennessee on July 15, 2020. The race will be live on ESPN2 and the Sirius satellite radio channel.
Inaugurating a new era, Bristol race 2020, a double header of racing action. The race will start with the NASCAR All Star Race in Bristol, Tennessee on the evening of July 15th and continue the following day with the NASCAR Cup Series championship race. The races will begin at 9 p.m. ET and finish as midnight approaches. Full race coverage will be available on the ESPN networks.
It is very interesting to note that in the first two races, the Cup series champion was a driver who finished last in the standings. This trend will not last, as the champion is always a driver who has won more than he lost. Therefore, if the champion is eliminated in the first round, this could be a preview of what the race will be like in the final round, especially because the top two teams, the Hendrick Motorsports and the Joe Gibbs Racing teams, have already had two chances to earn the championship for the following season. The driver with the best chance to win the championship will be the champion from the other team, if he is eliminated.
This season's champion, the NASCAR Cup champion will be the last driver in the championship field to reach the first round. He or she will then be joined by the next four drivers in the second round of competition to fight for the championship.
From there, the winner of the Bristol race, NASCAR Cup champion, will face the champion of the Camping World Truck Series for the trophy and the distinction of being the only one of the seven races without having to worry about the rain. Both races will be played at Bristol Motor Speedway, which is a must see on a Saturday afternoon.
The race itself, and the entire weekend, will be a great test of the endurance of the races and a good opportunity for fans to check out the many racing venues that are in Bristol, Tennessee, including the NASCAR Hall of Fame Museum. located in Charlotte, where NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Childress won his first race, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame.