NASCAR Cup Series
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The Ally 400 is a NASCAR Cup Series race at Nashville Superspeedway in Gladeville, Tennessee. The first race will take place in 2021, the first Cup event in the Nashville area since 1984.
The Cup Series last raced in the Nashville area in 1984 at Fairgrounds Speedway. Nashville Superspeedway, a 1.33-mile (2.14 km) oval in Gladeville near the town of Lebanon, opened in 2001 with the NASCAR Busch Series conducting the inaugural event. NASCAR chairman Bill France Jr. was present at the track's opening on April 11, while Cup drivers Dale Earnhardt, Bobby Hamilton, Sterling Marlin, and Darrell Waltrip were honorees. Seating capacity was 50,000, which was not considered enough for a Cup crowd at the time, though Denis McGlynn of track operator Dover Motorsports noted in 1999 that the stands could be doubled or tripled should it receive a Cup race.
Kyle Larson continued his streak on Sunday afternoon, winning the Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway — his third consecutive win, following three consecutive runner-up finishes. He hasn’t finished worse than second place in a NASCAR Cup Series race since May 2.
It’s a high mark the series hasn’t seen in more than a decade when former Hendrick Motorsports driver Jimmie Johnson won four straight points-paying races in 2007. Larson’s win Sunday was his third straight points-paying victory, but he also won the All-Star Race $1 million-to-win exhibition last week at Texas Motor Speedway. Reports
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|1|| Kyle Larson||300 Laps|
|2|| Ross Chastain||300 Laps|
|3|| William Byron||300 Laps|
|4|| Aric Almirola||300 Laps|
|5|| Kevin Harvick||300 Laps|
|6|| Ricky Stenhouse Jr.||300 Laps|
|7|| Daniel Suárez||300 Laps|
|8|| Kurt Busch||300 Laps|
|9|| Christopher Bell||300 Laps|
|10|| Joey Logano||300 Laps|
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