NASCAR at Kentucky: Starting line, green flag time and tv info for Hero Campaign 300


The NASCAR Nationwide Series is at Kentucky Speedway this weekend for the running of the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign 300 presented by Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

Who won the pole? What time is Friday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race?

Brad Keselowski will lead  field of 40 cars to the green flag on Friday night at the 1.5-mile track located in Sparta, KY.

Coverage of Friday’s race will air on ESPN beginning at 7:30 pm ET with the green flag set to wave at 7:46 pm ET. The event will consist of 200 laps making up the advertised 300 miles.

A season ago it was Brad Keselowski and Ryan Blaney earning wins when the Nationwide Series visited Kentucky.

Currently Regan Smith  holds a 10 point lead over Elliott Sadler in the NASCAR Nationwide Series point standings.

NASCAR Nationwide Series Starting Lineup for Kentucky

  1. Brad Keselowski
  2. Kyle Busch
  3. Paul Meard
  4. Matt Kenseth
  5. Brian Scott
  6. Chase Elliott
  7. Kevin Harvick
  8. Ty Dillon
  9. Ryan Blaey
  10. Elliott Sadler
  11. Kyle Larson
  12. Brendan Gaughan
  13. Trevor Bayne
  14. Regan Smith
  15. Rya Reed
  16. Brian Sieg
  17. Dylan Kwasiewski
  18. Chris Buescher
  19. James Buescher
  20. JJ Yeley
  21. Corey Lajoie
  22. Blake Koch
  23. Landon Cassill
  24. Mike Bliss
  25. Dakoda Armstrong
  26. Jeffrey Earnhardt
  27. Matt Dibenedetto
  28. Jamie Dick
  29. Josh Wise
  30. Eric McClure
  31. Jeremy Clements
  32. Jake Crum
  33. Jeff Green
  34. Martin Roy
  35. Mike Wallace
  36. Tanner Berryhill – DNQ
  37. Derrike Cope
  38. Joey Gase
  39. Josh Reaume
  40. Rube Garcia Mateos

Failing to make the race was Kevin Lepage, Chad Boat and Tommy Joe Martins.