As teams make preparations for the 2021 NASCAR season, America’s best drivers are filling schedules and lining up sponsors for the top races and tracks that highlight the upcoming calendar.
As one of the new tracks/dates on the 2021 schedule, Nashville Superspeedway’s June 18-20 weekend has been circled at many race shops as a special opportunity. The June 18-20 schedule includes:
Sunday, June 20: “Ally 400” NASCAR Cup Series race, 2:30 p.m. BUY TICKETS HERE
Saturday, June 19: NASCAR Xfinity Series race, 2:30 p.m. BUY TICKETS HERE
Friday, June 18: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, 7 p.m. BUY TICKETS HERE
Please see below for up-to-date special announcements of driver participation for Nashville’s race weekend.
On Jan. 27, Joe Gibbs Racing confirmed that Kyle Busch, the two-time NASCAR Cup Series champion and all-time leader in NASCAR Xfinity Series victories, would race in Nashville Superspeedway’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race on June 19.
It is one of five NASCAR Xfinity Series races Busch will compete in during 2021, driving the No. 54 Toyota Supra.
Busch’s Nashville resume includes one Xfinity Series win and two Camping World Truck Series victories.
On Jan. 28, Kyle Busch Motorsports announced Nashville’s Camping World Truck Series race on June 18 will be one of eight 2021 competitions for ARCA Menards Series national tour driver Drew Dollar in the No. 51 Toyota Tundra.
Dollar, 20, finished fourth in the ARCA Menards Series point standings last year.
On Feb. 24, Natalie Decker confirmed that Nashville Superspeedway would be one five races for her in an abbreviated NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule this season.
Decker, 23, driving the No. 23 Chevrolet for RSS Racing, made her NASCAR Xfinity Series debut earlier in February at the Daytona Road Course.