The wet weather delayed Wednesday’s attempt to resume the NASCAR Cup series playoffs from Texas Motor Speedway, but work on the dry track is underway and progress is being made. NASCAR plans to push the car to the grid at 4:30 pm Eastern time and plans to open fire around 5 pm Eastern time. Its coverage includes NBCSN, NBC Sports App, PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR broadcasts.
Related: Full leaderboard | Weather: forecast, official broadcast
The Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 started the race on Sunday. The driver completed 52 laps in 334 laps. The mist and drizzle escalated and the race was forced to red flag. Puffs of rain and mist then washed away Monday and Tuesday attempts to continue the game, pushing it to restart at 3 pm EST on Wednesday (on NBCSN). However, bad weather for the fourth consecutive day at the 1
Clint Bowyer’s No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford is the scoring tower first. This was followed by his other driver Jimmie Johnson in the final season of the entire Cup series and the No. 48 Hendrick Chevrolet.
The 501 mile score is the second of three races in the eight rounds of the NASCAR Cup series playoffs. This will determine the final four drivers who will compete for the championship at the Phoenix Speedway on November 8. Championship 4 will be scheduled for Sunday (2pm EST) after the 8th round of finals at Martinsville Circuit. As Joey Logano won the opener at Kansas Speedway on October 18th, he won the championship No. 4 bed.
It is expected that the team, broadcast staff and NASCAR personnel will take more stringent turnaround measures to prepare for the Sunday event in Martinsville, Virginia. Officials said that if the conclusion of the Texas incident is completed on Wednesday, “NASCAR plans to keep the advertised Martinsville schedule in place. Any other delays will require adjustments to Martinsville’s itinerary, and we will notify when changes occur. you.”
The first phase is planned to end on the 105th lap and the second phase to end on the 210th lap. The game will be ruled as an official game in the midfield (Lap 167).