The Bristol Motor Speedway hosts round eight of Those NASCAR Dragon Energy Cup Series season.

A winner in the track is a safe bet.

The 2019 NASCAR Energy Cup Series season makes its way to another historic track. TN, bristol Motor Speedway, hosts the eight round of the championship. With seven wins in half-mile monitor, championship leader and defending race winner Kyle Busch is the favorite.

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Where: Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN

When: Sunday, April 7th at 2:00 PM EST

How: Fox Sports 1 (TV) | Performance Racing Network (Internet radio)

What Is At Stake?
With four winners throughout the first six races, securing victory means an almost spot in the postseason. Stage points can also be important, along with the mythical bullring could deliver some unforeseen results.

Brad Keselowski scored his second win of the year following a showing at Martinsville. Successes were scored by the 2012 champion in 2011 and 2012, but has not won at Bristol since then. Can he carry on the momentum?

Kevin Harvick is now third in the standings but has yet to win a race this season. The 2015 winner has two wins in 30 races in the track, but his form has improved with seven consecutive top 10 finishes. Bristol might not be the most likely place for Harvick’s first win of the year, however, the bullring always has a surprise or two in store.

Don’t rely out Kurt Busch. The elder Busch brother is second among active drivers with five wins at the bullring. The 2004 champion is also the latest winner at the track, with ensured an unexpected victory past summer.

The Way To Acquire The 2019 O’Reilly Auto Parts 500
Together with seven wins at Bristol, together with all those coming in the spring race, championship leader Kyle Busch is the obvious favorite. Following a solid start to the season, the driver of the #18 Joe Gibbs Racing car has yet to finish outside the top 10 throughout six races. Busch has two race wins and a series-leading four stage victories to his name.

Joey Logano heads a three dimensional tie for the next most wins in the track among active drivers. The reigning Monster Power Cup Series winner has two wins at the monitor, his latest victory being back-to-back wins at the summer race back in 2014 and 2015. Logano has seven top 10 finishes in the last ten races at Bristol, and although the #22 might not be the most dominant driver in the monitor, he figures one of the favorites.

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