Weekend Schedule for NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, and Truck Series races at Martinsville Speeday

Martinsville Speedway: A 3-Series NASCAR Weekend Packed with Action and Excitement

Across all three national NASCAR series, the weekend at Martinsville Speedway promises to be an action-packed adventure. The festivities kick off on Friday as truck teams take to the track, followed by Xfinity teams continuing the short track schedule on Saturday afternoon and culminating with Cup teams racing on Sunday afternoon.

The weather forecast for the weekend looks promising, with partly cloudy skies and a high of 47 degrees on Friday for the Truck race, mostly sunny skies and a high of 58 degrees on Saturday for the Xfinity race, and sunny skies with a high of 62 degrees on Sunday for the Cup race. The addition of rain during Richmond’s Cup race added an exciting element to the race.

Friday’s schedule includes garage open at 10 a.m., followed by track activity from 3:05 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., including Truck Series practice, qualifying, and racing. On Saturday, garage opens at 10:30 a.m., with track activity featuring Cup practice, qualifying, and the Xfinity race before giving way to Sunday’s much-anticipated Cup race starting at 3 p.m., also with garage open for viewers’ convenience.

Last season’s winners at Martinsville Speedway were Corey Heim in the Truck race, John Hunter Nemechek in the spring Xfinity race, and Kyle Larson in the spring Cup race – adding another layer of excitement to this weekend’s event as they return to defend their titles respectively. Additionally, Joey Logano and Ryan Blaney are among many drivers looking forward to competing at Martinsville Speedway this weekend; it guarantees an electrifying experience for fans across all three national NASCAR series!

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