On Monday morning (July 13), the NASCAR Cup Series’ entry list for the first ever All-Star Race hosted by Bristol Motor Speedway, scheduled for Wednesday, July 13, was released.
There are 16 drivers from seven different teams represented so far in the race of winners. Drivers eligible for this year’s event include 2019-20 race winners, previous All-Star Race winners and previous Cup champions.
After the All-Star Open, held earlier on Wednesday, four more cars will be added to the All-Star Race, with the three Open stage winners and the winner of the fan vote getting.
Justin Haley, who won the rain-shortened Daytona International Speedway race in July of last year, will be in the No. 77 for Spire Motorsports.
Cole Custer, who won on Sunday (July 12) at Kentucky Speedway, was the final named added to the event. He and Haley will be first-time all-stars.
The NASCAR All-Star Race will be held under the lights, with lights under the cars, at Bristol, with the All-Star Open at 7 p.m. ET and the All-Star Race at 8:30 p.m. ET.