The 2019 NASCAR Monster Energy Series heads into another historical race track as the Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee hosts around 8 of those 2019 NASCAR season.
The Bristol Motor Speedway hosted the first ever NASCAR race on July 31, 1961. It is among the shortest courses in .533 miles of track that is real. The Food City 500 is competed over 500 laps around the track that was short. This year’s edition will be held on April 7, 2019
This past year, Kyle Busch won the 2018 Food City 500 after overtaking Kyle Larson with just six laps to go in the race. Busch led a total of 117 laps in the race while Larson led 200 laps before yielding the lead.
Jimmie Johnson arrived in ar third while Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Alex Bowman round out the Top 5 finishers. The triumph was Busch’s seventh career Cup victory at Bristol, the most among active drivers and fifth all-time in the history of this track.
Let’s Look at the NASCAR Monster Energy standings. Here is the official standings for the year before the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 race at Texas Motor Speedway on Monday.: