NASCAR at Bristol 2013: Race weekend schedule, Start time, Qualifying, TV and Weather Info


This week all three of NASCAR’s top series are at the .533 mile Bristol Motor Speedway. Bristol has long been a favorite of NASCAR fans and this week fans will be treated to a race from each series.

Below you will find the race weekend schedule for Bristol including the race start time, qualifying and practice times, tv and listening info and weather info for this weekend if you are heading to the tracks.

Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski will attempt all three races attempting to sweep the race weekend. The only time a driver has won all three races in a weekend came in 2010 by Busch.

Wednesday August 21, 2013

10:00 – 10: 45 AM NCWTS Practice
12:00 – 1:30 PM NCWTS Final Practice
4:35 PM NCWTS Qualifying (2 laps, all positions0ns) STARTING LINEUP
8:00 PM NWCTS UNOH 200 at Bristol (200 laps, 106.6 miles) airing on FOX Sports 1 Kyle Busch wins, RACE RESULTS

Friday August 23, 2013

9:00 – 11:50 AM Nationwide Final Practice Fox Sports 1
12:00 – 2:00 PM Cup Practice Fox Sports 1 ENTRY LIST
2:45 – 3:30 PM Cup Series Final Practice Fox Sports 1
3:40 PM Nationwide Series qualifying Fox Sports 1 QUALIFYING RESULTS
5:40 PM Cup Qualifying (Two laps, All positions) ESPN2 QUALIFYING RESULTS
7:30 PM Nationwide Series Race – Food City 250 (250 laps, 133.24 miles) ESPN Kyle Busch wins, RACE RESULTS

Saturday August 24, 2013

1:00 PM Garage Opens
7:30 PM Cup Series Race – Irwin Tools Night Race (500 laps, 266.5 miles) ABC MATT KENSETH WINS, FULL RESULTS


Cup Series:  Kasey Kahne won the March race at Bristol, while it was Denny Hamlin who won this race a year ago.

Nationwide Series: Kyle Busch won the Jeff Foxworth’s Grit Chips 200 in March while Joey Logano was the winner of this race a year ago.

Truck Series: Timothy Peters won last years truck series race at Bristol, snapping a four race win streak by NASCAR Sprint Cup regulars Kyle Busch (3) and Kevin Harvick.


Bristol: There is a 40% chance of rain Wednesday night for the truck race which will see temperatures reach a low of 65 degrees, after teams practice with temperatures around 80.

There are slight chances of rain for the Nationwide and Cup Series races but overall the weather will reach lows of 60 degrees  for both races.