NASCAR TV Schedule: Food City 500 On TV 3/17/13

Last Updated: March 16th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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NASCARNASCAR betting fans, start your engines! We’ve got another year on tap for all of the best auto racing, and here at Bankroll Sports, we’re going to have your NASCAR TV listings for every single race from green flag at Daytona all the way through the checkered flag at Homestead. Be sure to keep this page bookmarked, as we will be updating this page every week to tell you where you can see all of the great NASCAR TV coverage for all of the festivities involving the race weekends for all of the races this season!

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NASCAR TV Schedule This Week: Las Vegas Motor Speedway Races On TV
Saturday, March 16th, 2:00 p.m. ET: Nationwide – Jeff Foxworthy’s Grit Chips 300 (ESPN2)
Sunday, March 17th, 1:15 p.m. ET: Sprint Cup – Food City 500 (FOX)

Nationwide Jeff Foxworthy’s Grit Chips 300 On TV – Only in NASCAR could you ultimately see Jeff Foxworthy’s name as a title sponsor… Alas, here we are at Bristol, and this is the 30th annual running of the Grit Chips 300. It should be an interesting race for sure, as some of the drivers that perhaps haven’t been around for quite as much time on the Nationwide circuit try their hand at the first short track race of the year. Kyle Busch is going to be the prohibitive favorite for the Saturday race at Bristol, knowing that he has had such a great start to the season on the Sprint Cup. Brad Keselowski already has last year’s Food City 500 title, and he would love to be able to sweep the races here at Bristol this season. Kevin Harvick figures to take the jump down to the Nationwide Series race this week as well. Brian Vickers has been a short track expert, and not only is he going to run for Nationwide this weekend, but he will try to qualify for his first Sprint Cup race of the year as well. Elliott Sadler is last year’s winner of this race. Richard Childress Racing has won the Jeff Foxworthys Grit Chips 300 five times since 2002, including last year with Sadler.

Sprint Cup Food City 500 On TV – If you like short tracks (and who doesn’t?), this is the race for you. There is always a ton of action here at Bristol, and we have seen drivers come back from multiple laps down to ultimately go on and win this race or place quite high as a result. This is the first run of the year on a short track, and the racing should be tight in these new Gen6 cars. It will be interesting to see how these new designs react to the high banks and the constant turns. Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski have historically been awesome on the short tracks, as the two of them have had gobs of success at this track through the years. Others like Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. have raced well over the course of the first few weeks of the year. Other short track drivers like Brian Vickers could be amongst those to be on the lookout for as well. Vickers finished in the Top 5 in both of the races last year at Bristol.

NASCAR On TV Next Week: Auto Club 400 (Auto Club Speedway, Fontana)

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