NASCAR Bristol: Starting lineup, green flag time, pole and streaming info for Food City 500


The Food City 500 will take place at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday. Kyle Busch is on pole after setting a new track record and will lead  afield of 43 cars to the  green flag in the fourth race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.

The race is 500 laps, 266.5 miles around the 0.533 mile track. SPC Mary Potts from the 129th Army Band of the Tennessee National Guard will sing the National anthem today. Musician Charlie Daniels will lead the crowd in saying the pledge of allegiance.

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The race will be broadcast live on FOX , they will start airing their pre-race coverage at 12:30 p.m EST. University of Tennessee football coach Butch Jones will give the command to fire engines at 1:07 pm EST and the green flag will wave at 1:13 pm EST. PRN will have the race on radio.

Brad Keselowski won the spring race at Bristol in 2012. Prior to the fall race last year the top grove was ground up, Denny Hamlin would go on to win that event which featured a Tony Stewart helmet toss.

Starting Lineup for the Food City 500 at Bristol

The full qualifying results are  below:

1. Kyle Busch
2. Kasey Kahne
3. Denny Hamlin
4. Brian Vickers
5. Paul Menard
6. Jamie McMurray
7. Brad Keselowski
8. Tony Stewart
9. Martin Truex Jr.
10. Joey Logano
11. Jeff Gordon
12. Matt Kenseth
13. Jimmie Johnson
14. David Gilliland
15. Casey Mears
16. Jeff Burton
17. Juan Pablo Montoya
18. Kevin Harvick
19. Kurt Busch
20. Aric Almirola
21. Carl Edwards
22. Marcos Ambrose
23. Clint Bowyer
24. Greg Biffle
25. David Reutimann
26. David Stremme
27. Scott Speed
28. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
29 AJ Allmendinger
30. David Ragan
31. Ryan Newman
32. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
33. Dave Blaney
34. Michael McDowell
35. JJ Yeley
36. Mike Bliss
37. Travis Kvapil
38. Joe Nemechek
39. Bobby Labonte
40. Josh Wise
41. Danica Patrick
42. Landon Cassill
43. Terry Labonte

Scott Riggs driver of the XXXtreme Motorsport No. 44 was the lone driver who failed to make the race.

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