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Todd Gilliland celebrates after winning the NASCAR Truck Series auto race Saturday, June 18, 2022 at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa. (Joseph Cress / Iowa City Press-Citizen via AP)


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Site: Nashville, Tennessee.

Schedule: Friday, practice, 6:30 pm; Saturday, qualifying, 1 pm; Sunday, Race, 5 pm (NBC).

Track: Nashville Superspeedway.

Todd Gilliland, center right, celebrates after winning Victory Lane at the NASCAR Truck Series auto race Saturday, June 18, 2022, at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa. (Joseph Cress / Iowa City Press-Citizen via AP)

Race distance: 300 laps, 399 miles.

Last year: Starting fifth after Kyle Larson won.

The last race: Daniel Suarez pulling away from Chris Buescher in a series of closing laps on the road to California to earn his first career victory.

Fast facts: Suarez became the 12th winner in the 16-driver playoffs to qualify for the 10 regular season races with all 10 race seasons remaining. … Five of the top 12 drivers have points standings yet to win a race this year. … Chase Elliott leads the standings with 16 over Ross Chastain, 23 over Kyle Busch and 25 over non-winner Ryan Blaney. … Denny Hamlin, one of four two-time winners, remains the lowest winner in the standings; He’s 21st, 211 points behind Elliott.

Next race: July 3, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

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Online: http://www.nascar.com


250 Tennessee Lottery

Site: Nashville, Tennessee.

Schedule: Friday, practice, 5:35 pm; Saturday, qualifying, noon, and race, 3:30 pm (USA).

Track: Nashville Superspeedway.

Race distance: 188 laps, 250 miles.

Last year: Pole position from Kyle Busch won.

Last race: AJ Allmendinger led only six laps of 75 laps but beat Myatt Snider by 2.879 seconds for his second victory of the season – both on road courses – in the series’ debut at the Portland International Raceway.

Fast facts: Allmendinger’s victory came after he was last seen in pre-race changes to his car, and afterwards he went down a lap. … Allmendinger’s points lead to 43 over Ty Gibbs and 44 over Noah Gragson. … The top eight drivers have accounted for 12 victories through 14 races. … Only 21 of 38 cars finished on the lead lap on the 1.97-mile circuit in Portland.

Next race: July 2, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

Online: http://www.nascar.com


200 Rackley Roofing

Site: Nashville, Tennessee.

Schedule: Friday, practice, 4 pm, qualifying, 4:30 pm, and race, 8 pm (FS1).

Track: Nashville Superspeedway.

Race distance: 150 laps, 200 miles.

Last year: starting sixth after Ryan Preece won.

Last race: Todd Gilliland passed John Hunter Nemechek on the 140th of 150 laps and a restart after landing 147 to win the Dirt in Iowa, winning his first start of the season and his career in the third period.

Fast facts: Gilliland became the sixth non-regular in the series to win 13 races. … Nemechek regained the point leads, fourth from vaulting. He leads Zane Smith by five, defending series champion Ben Rhodes by 10 and Chandler Smith by 14.… Zane Smith (3) and part-timer Corey Heim (2) are the only multiple winners thus far this season.

Next race: July 9, Lexington, Ohio.

Online: http://www.nascar.com


Last race: Defending series champion Max Verstappen won the pole, in his fifth victory in six races and sixth overall, in the series’ return to Canada after a two-year hiatus because of a pandemic.

Next race: July 3, Silverstone, England.

Online: http://www.formula1.com


Last race: Josef Newgarden won Road America, his third victory this season, and claimed a $ 1 million bonus on an oval, street circuit and road course, while Marcus Ericsson reclaimed the points lead by over 27 Will Power.

Next race: July 3, Lexington, Ohio.

Online: http://www.indycar.com


Last event: Justin Ashley won Top Fuel and Ron Capps won Funny Car in Bristol, Tennessee.

Next event: June 23-26, Norwalk, Ohio.

Online: http://www.nhra.com


Next events: June 22-25, Brandon, South Dakota.

Online: http://worldofoutlaws.com/sprintcars

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