There is no shortage of short track action to be consumed this weekend.
Headlined by the multi-class United States Short Track Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway, there are also events of note for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, NASCAR Pinty’s Series and weekly action at Myrtle Beach Speedway.
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series will also have a free live stream from Memphis Motorsports Park.
The complete list of streaming pavement races can be viewed below.
Saturday: U.S. Short Track Nationals at Bristol
The headliners for this event is a 100-lap Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by the CRA Super Series, CARS Tour and Southern Super Series. That race will feature the likes of Steve Wallace, Stephen Nasse, Giovanni Bromante, Jared Fryer and Jack Dossey III. The undercard includes a 100-lap Pro Late Model race and 50-lappers for Compacts and Street Stocks.
Saturday: NASCAR Modified Tour at Seekonk
If the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship battle is going to heat up, it has to start on Saturday at Seekonk. Doug Coby has a 19-point championship lead on Ron Silk and 30 on Jimmy Blewett. Defending champion Justin Bonsignore is seventh and 37 points back. Timmy Solomito is outside of the top-10. This is where the title march truly begins.
Saturday: NASCAR Pinty’s Series at Jukasa
It’s round No. 2 for NASCAR’s Canadian national tour and it’s also the first short track race of the season. Defending APC 200 winner Kevin Lacroix also enters as the points leader after winning the season-opener last month at Mosport but this is where Alex Tagliani, LP Dumolin, Jason Hathaway and Alex Labbe will show their muscle.
Saturday: NASCAR K&N Pro Series at Memphis
Derek Kraus continues his pursuit of a championship in both K&N Pro Series divisions when the East rolls into Memphis on Saturday. Sam Mayer is four points back with Spencer Davis and Tanner Gray both within 15 points of the championship. The East has been thrilling this year and Chase Cabre, Max McLaughlin and Drew Dollar all look capable of winning.
Saturday: Fan Appreciation Night at Myrtle Beach Speedway (SC)
Headlined by a Late Model Stock feature, Public Safety Night also includes Chargers, Super Trucks and Chargers. Racing starts at 7:30 p.m. ET. with the Late Models leading off the card. Entering the evening, Sam Yarbrough leads Justin Milliken by six points. Brian Vause, Tommy Lemons Jr. and Nick Sanchez also remain in the hunt.