Weather forecast causes NASCAR to move up Sunday’s Food City 500 at Bristol Reviewed by Momizat on . SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports' Mike Hembree discusses why the 7-time champ is struggling and also previews the upcoming race in Bristol. BRISTOL, Tenn. – T SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports' Mike Hembree discusses why the 7-time champ is struggling and also previews the upcoming race in Bristol. BRISTOL, Tenn. – T Rating:
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Weather forecast causes NASCAR to move up Sunday’s Food City 500 at Bristol

SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports' Mike Hembree discusses why the 7-time champ is struggling and also previews the upcoming race in Bristol. BRISTOL, Tenn. – There is more than a bit of uncertainty surrounding Sunday’s scheduled Food City 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The first unknown – will there actually be a race Sunday? Various weather forecasts cast a big cloud. Most predict a 100% chance of thunderstorms in the speedway area Sunday afternoon, followed by a 60% chance of showers Sunday night. NASCAR reacted to the forecasts Saturday by changing the scheduled start time of Sunday’s race from 2 p.m. to 1 p.m. ET (Fox), giving officials a bit more time to

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