After Ryan Blaney won the Folds of Honor QuickTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway this past weekend, the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series leaves Georgia and heads to Tennessee. For the first time in over 50 years, the NASCAR Cup Series will head to a dirt track for the Food City Dirt Race.

The race marks the 121st race at Bristol Motor Speedway in series’ history, however, it will be the first Cup race on dirt since Richard Petty won in 1970 at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh.

The race will begin at 3:30 p.m. EST. on Sunday, March 28, and will cover 133.25 miles over 250 laps. All 39 cars are entered for the inaugural Food City Dirt Race, and for the first time since Daytona, practice and qualifying will take place. Practices will be held on Friday, March 26. Qualifying will take place on Saturday, March 27.


While the odds will surely change based on pole positioning, here are the current odds according to FanDuel Sportsbook:

Kyle Larson (+250)
Christopher Bell (+550)
Austin Dillon (+900)
Chase Elliott (+1200)
Ricky Stenhouse (+1400)
Kyle Busch (+1600)
– Ryan Blaney (+1800)
Byron Wallace (+2200)
Denny Hamlin (+2500)
Martin Truex Jr. (+2500)
Kevin Harvick (+2800)
Alex Bowman (+3300)
Kurt Busch (+3300)
Brad Keselowski (+3300)
Joey Logano (+3300)
William Byron (+6600)

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