NASCAR at Tallageda postponed due to Rain!

Muhammad Fahad Jun 22, 2020
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For the first time since the COVID-19 virus, the live sports of the Nascar cup series were shut down due to pandemic.

While the admitted fans wait in the stand, albeit in limited numbers. The track is known to be the most exciting track known as Talladega Superspeedway. 

But Mother Nature had other ideas in mind. Due to the heavy weather, Sunday’s race at Tallagada was postponed on the Mondal, and It will begin at 3 pm. ET on Fox. 

When the race would start at the Talladega will mark the first Cup series, that would be 2.5 miles of superspeedway since the Daytona 500, which ended with the Ryan Newman’s terrific car crash on the last lap. The incident happened on the changes in the traffic rules that were applied during the first week at the Talladega.

Ford, specifically the Team Penske, has been very dominant at the Tallageda of late, Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano are among the favorites to win the Monday Geico 500.

They are also the most favorites in chase Elliot, which tool the victory in the spring race at the Talladega last season.

To pick the winner at the Talladega for the Nascar cup would be like a finding needle in the hay-stack. The great game is like a exciting race that combines both the luck and can’t be won that easily. 

The updates from the Talladega includes:


OFFICIAL: Due to rain, NASCAR Cup Series racing at Talladega has been postponed. See you tomorrow at 3p ET on FOX!

— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 21, 2020

4:57 p.m. ET: As another storm cell approaches the track, a new lightning hold is put in place. Track drying efforts continue.

4:27 p.m. ET: The lightning hold has been lifted, and track trying efforts continue.

4 p.m. ET: NASCAR deploys its Air Titans and jet dryers to begin drying the track, but rain is still sprinkling with lightning still in the area.

3:10 p.m. ET: More lightning at the track, plus additional reports of rain and heavy wind with a passing storm cell. NASCAR hopes the storm will pass relatively quickly, but the track has already been lost and will need to be dried.

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