Food City 500: Takeaways from Bristol Motor Speedway

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Food City 500: Takeaways from Bristol Motor Speedway
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Bristol Motor Speedway offered everything one expects from short-track racing with close competition, big-time wrecks, and some surprise finishes, and some visuals were stunning to observe.

No doubt there are many drivers who still don't like the racing at BMS since it was repaved because of the long green runs and lack of sequential accidents.

Though if you want competitive racing on a half-mile track, you got it.

Typically, the list was short of drivers who finished on the lead lap. With 15-second laps, it is easy to get behind even without problems.

Brad Keselowski was the winner, a new victor to come out of first four races of the season.

The latest edition of the Food City 500 is in the history books, and some moments just may be talked about for a while.

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