By Anthony Caruso IIi | Publisher
Monday’s racing at the Bristol Dirt Nationals was postponed. It has been moved to Tuesday.
An IMCA Northern Sport Modified driver Buddy Ray Jones was at Bristol Motor Speedway on Monday night in Bristol, Tennessee. Following the postponement, Jones decided to walk back onto the track.
He decided to spread some of his late father’s ashes on the track. The ashes were spread at the start/finish line.
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Jones was out there on the track by himself when he spread the ashes. He’ll compete on the track on Tuesday just hours after spreading his father’s ashes.
The action is expected to begin at 2 pm EST.
The Council Bluffs, Iowa native will get you emotional when you watch this video. His father will look over his son now as he takes part in the dirt racing action.
The Bristol Dirt Nationals is currently featuring multiple short track races that feature more than 1,000 teams competing in events from March 13th through March 20th. On Saturday, it will conclude with a $50,000 dirt late model feature.
There will be three other events at this venue. Following the dirt track teams, the NASCAR Truck Series and Cup Series teams will compete at the track from March 26th through 28th. This will be their first NASCAR Cup Series dirt race since 1970.
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There will also be two additional events on the dirt. From April 8th through the 10th, the Bristol Bash will take place featuring national late model teams and UMP Modifieds.
The final event will be from April 22nd through April 24th. The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and the Super DIRTcar Series will take the track.
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