On Sunday, with the NASCAR Cup series moving to Atlanta Motor Speedway to participate in the Quaker State 400, Hendrick Motorsport hopes to keep the heat.
The Hendrick driver has won 8 of the past 10 cup races. The four victories belonged to Kyle Larson, while Alex Bowman and Chase Elliott each had two. This includes Elliott’s victory in the US road race last week. Although the team’s fourth driver, William Byron, has won in Miami since February 28, he won pole position in the last week before Elliott’s victory and was in the cup series standings. Ranked sixth.
This week, Elliott will take pole position on his home circuit. The Dawsonville, Georgia native has entered the top 10 four times in the first six NASCAR Cup races at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but he has yet to win on the track. He will seek to change this, and his teammate Larson will seek another strong performance as he will continue to narrow the gap between himself and Danny Hamlin in the Cup standings. Hamlin ranked first, but only led Larson by 3 points.
In other words, Hendrick Chevrolet may be difficult to win at Atlanta Motor Speedway.The last five games there Has been won by a Ford driverBrad Keselowski and Kevin Harvick each won two victories, and Ryan Blaney won the most recent game earlier this year.
Sports News is tracking updates and lap highlights of the NASCAR Cup series held at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday, which is the Quaker State 400 launched by Walmart.
Atlanta’s NASCAR real-time update, highlights of Quaker State 400
3:53 pm — Elliott had a good start after voting. He led the first 10 laps of the race with Kyle Busch. Sitting behind him for about half a second.
3:49 pm — We cooperate with Quaker State 400!
3:48 pm — Martin Truex Jr. must strike first. Originally, he was supposed to be fifth, but after two failed inspections on Sunday, he was returned.
3:41 PM — The drivers have started their engines. Next, the game!
3:35 pm — Chase Elliott’s car looks sharp. Is the red and black design a tribute to the Falcon?
3:30 pm — The pre-match ceremony begins now. The game is scheduled to officially start at 3:48 pm Eastern Time.
3:25 pm — According to the broadcast, Kyle Larson is very promising to win this game. He has an odds of +220 to win at Pointsbet Sportsbook and has won 4 of the past 10 NASCAR Cup series.
3:20 pm — Corey LaJoie will drive a…interesting car in Quaker State 400. His car is covered with “Boss Baby: Family Business” advertisements and images, because DreamWorks hopes to arouse people’s franchise of “Boss Baby”.
3:17 pm — NFL fans and Georgia natives are familiar with the racers in this game. Running back D’Andre Swift (D’Andre Swift)’s Lions team will become honorary racers.
3:15 pm — Now the sun is out, but there is rain in the competition area. Bob Poklas of Fox Sports said that this will be “destined” throughout the day. Therefore, please expect some potential warnings and delays.
The rain chamber crosses the track. But now the sun is out. I know that many people want to predict today, but it seems to be accidental, so just look at it. pic.twitter.com/wqR6mq2ShV
— Bob Bocras (@bobpockrass) July 11, 2021
3:07 pm — This will be the last NASCAR race to be held at Atlanta Motor Speedway before major changes to the circuit.
2:54 PM — Earlier this year, Ryan Blaney won the most recent race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.Looking at his car sharp Before the game on Sunday.
NASCAR starts today
- time: 3:30pm EST (TV time)
- TV channel: NBCSN (Canada’s TSN)
- live: NBCSports.com | Fubo TV (7-day free trial)
The green flag for the NASCAR Cup Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday is scheduled for 3:48 pm EST.
However, the weather may play an important role at the beginning of the game.This National Weather Service Sunday Forecast For Hampton, Georgia, where the track is located, there will be showers and thunderstorms after 3 pm and before 9 pm, the high temperature is close to 90 degrees, and the probability of precipitation is 60%.
NASCAR’s starting lineup in Atlanta
This is the complete starting lineup for the Quaker State 400 race on Sunday, without qualifying. Thirty-seven drivers participated in the race.
|Starting position.||driver||Car number||team|
|1||Chase Eliot||9||Hendrick Motorsport|
|2||Kyle Busch||18||Joe Gibbs Racing|
|3||Danny Hamlin||11||Joe Gibbs Racing|
|4||Christopher Bell||20||Joe Gibbs Racing|
|5||Martin Trux||19||Joe Gibbs Racing|
|6||Kyle Larson||5||Hendrick Motorsport|
|7||Taylor Redick||8||Richard Childress Racing|
|8||Kurt Busch||1||Chip Ganassi Racing|
|9||Rose Chastain||42||Chip Ganassi Racing|
|10||Joey Logano||twenty two||Penske Team|
|11||Chase Briscoe||14||Stewart-Haas Racing|
|12||Matt DiBenedetto||twenty one||Wood Brothers Racing|
|13||Austin Dillon||3||Richard Childress Racing|
|14||Brad Keselowski||2||Penske Team|
|15||Ryan Blaney||12||Penske Team|
|16||Ricky Stenhouse Jr||47||JTG Doherty Racing|
|17||Alex Bowman||48||Hendrick Motorsport|
|18||Chris Buscher||17||Roush Fenway Racing|
|19||William Byron||twenty four||Hendrick Motorsport|
|20||Arik Almirola||10||Stewart-Haas Racing|
|twenty one||Kevin Harvick||4||Stewart-Haas Racing|
|twenty two||Eric Jones||43||Richard Petty Motorsport|
|twenty three||Cole Caster||41||Stewart-Haas Racing|
|twenty four||Bubba Wallace||twenty three||23XI Racing|
|25||Michael McDowell||34||Front row motorsport|
|26||Corey Rajoy||7||Spire motorsport|
|27||Daniel suarez placeholder image||99||Trackhouse Racing Team|
|28||Justin Haley||77||Spire motorsport|
|29||Ryan Newman||6||Roush Fenway Racing|
|30||Josh Bilic||52||Rickwell Racing|
|31||Cody Sanitary Ware||51||Small car|
|32||Anthony Alfredo||38||Front row motorsport|
|33||Bailey Curry||15||Rickwell Racing|
|34||Ryan Price||37||JTG Doherty Racing|
|36||BJ McLeod||78||Live fast racing|
|37||Garrett Smithley||53||Rickwell Racing|