He NASCAR Cup Series returns from the week off with the Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway on Sunday, and we’ve got you covered with all the night racing action from start to finish!
Thirty-six of NASCAR’s top stars will battle it out over 300 laps and 400 miles on the concrete oval track in Lebanon, Tennessee. It will be the 17th race of the 2023 Cup Series season, and the green flag will drop at 7 p.m. ET.
You can find a full list of winners so far this year, as well as the remaining season schedule here.
Here are the best moments!
setting the stage
Before the action, FOX Sports’ Bob Pockrass broke down what and who to watch out for in Sunday’s race.
A few storms have been detected in the Nashville area, according to Pockrass, but for now, all is well at Superspeedway. This race starts later than other NASCAR races due to the intense heat in Nashville, Pockrass explained.
eyes on the prize
Justin Haley wasn’t sure he would qualify for Sunday’s race, but once he did, he set his sights on something else: the checkered flag.
Meanwhile, Bubba Wallace will make his 200th Cup Series start on Sunday, marking another milestone in the 23XI Racing driver’s career. Wallace was narrowly beaten for pole position in qualifying on Saturday. He slid sideways at the exit of the turn nearing the checkered flag and spun his Toyota 23XI into the infield, allowing Ross Chastain to hold on and secure his first career Cup Series pole at the Sunday race.
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