Supermarket Brad

Hits: 1

The roar of the engines again was the only noise at Bristol Motor Speedway, as NASCAR continued to race in front of empty stands for the Food City Supermarket Heroes 500. As usual, the race was full of auctions as the tight track always leads cars bumping into each other. Chase Elliott again was leading late, when out of the final caution he was passed by Joey Logano on the penultimate lap, the two bumped each and well out of the top 20. Meanwhile, Brad Keselowski took advantage of the bumps of the two leaders, winning for the second consecutive Sunday.