It didn't take long for things to get a bit testy Saturday night under the lights at Bristol Motor Speedway. The track had the top two degrees of banking ground off to force the cars to run closer together, and the top lane became ultra slippery. The circuit changes forced closer racing at the beginning of the 500 laps, and Bristol lived up to its reputation.
Ken Schrader was the first driver to encounter contact when he was turned into the inside wall on the front straight before 20 laps were complete. Many drivers bumped and ...
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