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NASCAR Cup Series Information
The NASCAR Cup Series is the American top racing series that started in 1949 as Strictly Stock Division. This top racing series is associated with the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR), and from 1950 to 1970, the series was known as the Grand National Division.
The racing series began leasing its naming rights to the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, in 1971 and it was then known as the NASCAR Winston Cup Series (1971–2003). A similar kind of deal was signed with Nextel in 2003, and the name changed to the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series (2004–2007). In 2005, Sprint acquired Nextel, and in 2008 the series was renamed as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (2008–2016). Once Monster Energy became the new title sponsor in December 2016, the name changed to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (2017–2019).
The racing of the NASCAR Cup Series is based on a points system. The points are awarded to the racers according to finish placement, and the number of laps led. The series season is divided into two segments. Right after the completion of 26 races, 16 drivers are primarily selected on the basis of wins during those first races. They then compete in the last ten races, which is classified as the NASCAR playoffs.
Previously, The NASCAR Cup Series regular seasons were held in Canada, whereas the exhibition races were held in Japan and Australia. It is presently held mainly in eastern states, although there are only six tracks that are located west of the Mississippi River.
Sunday, June 20*
INFIELD ACCESS LIMITED – APPROVED PERSONNEL ONLY*
8:00 AM-1:30 PM NCS TEAM ACCESS SCREENING IN PROGRESS
8:00 AM NCS GARAGE OPEN
10:05 AM(11:05 AM/ET) NCS QUALIFYING (IMPOUND) (SINGLE VEHICLE / ONE LAP ALL POSITIONS)
2:10 PM NCS DRIVERS REPORT TO VEHICLES (GRID LOCATION)
2:15 PM NCS DRIVER INTRODUCTIONS (DRIVERS STANDING BY CARS)
2:30 PM(3:30 PM/ET) NCS RACE (STAGES 90/185/300 LAPS = 399 MILES)
7:30 PM Approx NCS HAULERS EXIT
Nashville Superspeedway – Qualifying Fast Facts:
Aric Almirola won the Pole Award for the Inaugural Ally 400 with a lap of 29.557 seconds, 161.992 mph.
This is his third pole in 369 NASCAR Cup Series races.
This is his first pole and second top-10 start in 2021.
Kyle Busch (second) posted his 11th top-10 start of 2021 and his first in one race at Nashville Superspeedway.
Joey Logano (third) posted his first top-10 start at Nashville Superspeedway. It is his 11th in 17 races this season.
Chase Briscoe (16th) was the fastest qualifying rookie.(NASCAR)(6-20-2021)
Practice for the Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Nashville Superspeedway is over after 50 scheduled minutes. The top 5 were:
47-Stenhouse, Jr. 159.600
Slowest: #13-Starr 148.857 & #15-Gase 148.816
Most laps run: #9-Elliott, 39 laps.
Best 10 consecutive lap avg (of 20 drivers): #5-Larson 157.488mph
The Entry List for the Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Nashville Superspeedway is posted, 39 teams/drivers [for 40 spots] are listed.
Some of the drivers entered include: #13-Starr, #51-Yeley, #66-Finchum, #77-Haley.