2021 Ally 400 Live Stream on Sunday, June 20 at 3:30 p.m. For the first time, the NASCAR Cup Series leads to the Nashville Superspeedway for the first Ally 400 in Music City. Thirty-nine cars are on the roster that will cement every driver on the show, barring any last-minute additions.
Ally 400 odds and lines in 2021 NASCAR picks and predictions
On Father’s Day, the NASCAR Cup Series makes its debut on the Nashville Superspeedway. It is the first race in Nashville since the Federated Auto Parts 300 on July 23, 2011, a race of the Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series. Although it is called the “Superspeedway,” it is a 1.33-mile D-shaped route rather than a longer route like Daytona or Talladega.
2021 Ally 400: Everything You Need To Know
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Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Laps: Nashville, Tennessee- 300 laps / 399 miles
Track Length: 1.333 mile(s)
Track Type: Superspeedway
Banking: Banking in Corners: 14 degrees; Banking on Straights: Front – 9 degrees; Back – 6 degrees
Caution Speed: 55 MPH
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Stewart-Haas Racing driver Kevin Harvick has four Xfinity races under his belt in Nashville, including two wins. He also finished no less than seventh in these four Xfinity starts. Harvick may have been a while, but he knows the track well.
Brad Keselowski of Penske Racing has logged 10 runs in Nashville, seen the checkered flag twice and completed 253 laps. He had two DNFs during his Xfinity career on the Superspeedway.
Joe Gibbs Racing driver Kyle Busch has also made 10 Xfinity starts in Nashville and two truck series races, although the results have been mixed. He has one win and four placements in the top 5, but also a rather normal 12.8 average finish position (AFP).
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Who will win Ally 400 in 2021?
KYLE LARSON (+275) is the chalk in Nashville, and how it evolved, why not? It wasn’t part of the Xfinity Series when the last run was in Nashville in 2011, but that doesn’t matter. Larson won the All Star race in Texas and in the previous two races he also won ladies in Sonoma and Charlotte.
Larson was very hot and finished first or second in five of his last six points races, including a second place on the Circuit of Americas, also a new track in the Ally 400 Cup series.
HARVICK (+1,400) has pretty long odds for a guy who actually has a story on this track. Yes, it’s been over 10 years since Happy drove the green flag in Nashville and it wasn’t a Cup Series race, but familiarity still matters. His short history is very good on this track.
What is even more important to Harvick is that he deserves a good performance. He finished 37th at COTA, 10th at Charlotte and 22nd at Sonoma. Even so, he finished 10th or better in five of his last seven races and is trendy.
Which races are taking place and Live on TV?
This weekend’s Ally 400 2021 NASCAR races on the Nashville Superspeedway live on tv. NASCAR Racing weekend at the Nashville Superspeedway begins on Friday with the Rackley Roofing 200 of the Camping World Series and continues on Saturday and Sunday from Lebanon’s 1.33 mile route. Big race is Sunday’s Ally 400 Cup Series race.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Nashville Superspeedway weekend
First Cup Series race in Middle Tennessee in 30 years and first NASCAR National Series race in decade. The Nashville Superspeedway had no NASCAR races after the 2011 season until this week.
Is the Nashville Superspeedway cashless?
Yes. Well once you’re in. All discounts are cashless, but parking must only be paid for in cash. Refresh my memory. What are the dimensions of the Nashville Superspeedway?
NSS is a 1.33 mile oval with a concrete surface. The lean angle is 14 degrees in the curves, nine degrees straight ahead, and six degrees at the back.
How long are the stages of all three races this weekend?
New to NASCAR in 2017 were stages that add more meaning to the early parts of the race and give the television and fans on the track a chance to have a natural break. There are three stages in each race, with the top ten finishers being given points in each of the first two stages and the end of the last stage being the natural end of the race.
The stage lengths for this weekend
Ally 400 Cup Series races: 90 laps, 95 laps, 115 laps (300 laps in total)
Tennessee Lottery 250 Xfinity Series races: 45 laps, 50 laps, 93 laps (188 laps total)
Rackley Roofing 200 Truck Series races: 45 laps, 50 laps, 55 laps (150 laps total)
What excitenes coming in next year?
There are no official dates for the racing schedule for next year, but Dover Motorsports stated when announcing this year’s return that the Superspeedway would likely be on the NASCAR schedule after the 2021 season.